Major Timothy Quiller’s commitment to public service dates back to January 1989, when he began his law enforcement career as a police officer with the City of Atlanta Police Department. During the ensuing 21 years, Major Quiller worked his way through the ranks, serving as a patrol officer, detective, sergeant, and lieutenant. In July 2010, Major Quiller was appointed to the newly developed and groundbreaking Section, the Community Oriented Policing Section. This will allow Major Quiller to continue to serve the citizens of Atlanta in a closer networking environment.
While an Investigator with the School Detectives Unit, Major Quiller became extremely active and influential among the Atlanta Public Schools. Once promoted to the rank of Sergeant, Major Quiller served as the unit commander for the Empowerment Zone (Community Policing Unit). Later Major Quiller was assigned as a front line supervisor within Zone One and then as a team supervisor in Narcotics. However, his appeal led him back to the School Detective’s Unit to continue to be the bridge from Atlanta Public School Systems and the Atlanta Police Department.
After his promotion to Lieutenant in 2006, Major Quiller served the streets of Zone One Northwest area of Atlanta as the evening watch unit commander. Do to his hard work and investigative skills he was then assigned to Zone One Criminal Investigations Unit, where he was responsible for overseeing criminal investigations. After serving the Zone One communities Major Quiller headed back to School Detectives as the Commander. Major Quiller was very instrumental in several student programs such as the Character Education Camp, Explorers Program and Ident-A-Kid. Prior to his promotion to Major, Lieutenant Quiller was the commander of the Office of Professional Standards Corruption Unit. Major Quiller has a Business Administration degree from Ohio University with a concentration in Management. He is still active with his chapter with Kappa Alpha Psi and participates in various volunteer works.