Enrico (Rick) Miglia, Public Safety Officer
B.S. – Organizational Leadership, Azusa Pacific University
A.S. – Administration of Justice, Rio Hondo College
Police Training – Rio Hondo Police Academy
Post Certificates – Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, Supervisor, Management
Officer Miglia comes to the Public Safety Team with 30 years of law enforcement experience all with the Monrovia Police Department. Assignments have included Patrol, Traffic, Police K-9 (Patrol and Narcotics), Grand Theft Auto Detective, Robbery/Homicide Detective, Patrol Sergeant, Community Policing Sergeant, Patrol Lieutenant Watch Commander, Detective Bureau Lieutenant Commander, Captain Patrol Division Commander, Captain Services Division Commander. He has extensive experience in Community Policing, Budget and Grant Management, Disaster Management, Advanced Officer Training and Development, Personnel Investigations, and Wildlife and Animal Control. Other collateral assignments have included, Director of Animal Control, Citizen's Academy Coordinator, Chaplain Program Coordinator, Fleet Manager, Jail Manager, Weapons of Mass Destruction First Responder and Personal Protection Equipment Training Coordinator, Citizen's Patrol Coordinator, and K-9 Program Coordinator. One of Officer Miglia's proudest achievements is he and his K-9, "Dandy" to this date still hold the world record in narcotics assets seized at 2.5 billion dollars.
Officer Miglia retired from the Monrovia Police Department in 2010, and joined the Department of Public Safety in November, 2011.