Tracy Miller is also a prosecutor with over 23 years of legal experience and she is currently the highest-ranking woman in the Orange County District Attorney’s Office. Tracy also initiated and leads the Orange County Gang Prevention Partnership (OC GRIP), the largest gang prevention program in the United States. The OC GRIP program involves over 300 law enforcement partners, 13 School Districts, many faith-based organizations, private businesses, non-profit organizations, 300 community partners, and over 5,000 volunteers to keep kids out of gangs.
Tracy has prosecuted hundreds of cases and throughout her career and has specialized in sexual assault, domestic violence, gang carjacking, robbery and homicide. She prosecuted the first gang injunction case in Orange County and currently supervises over 150 attorneys. She has completed over 80 jury trials. Tracy is a POST certified Instructor and has provided legal trainings to thousands of law enforcement officers in the last two decades.
Tracy began her career as a law clerk for prosecutors Marcia Clark and Christopher Darden on one of the most visible cases in our nation’s history…the OJ Simpson case. Tracy is a law enforcement interview coach hundreds of officers have turned to Tracy for training help them attain their next promotions, write more inspiring and results-generating speeches, and to hone their public speaking and presentation skills.
Tracy received her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Loyola Marymount University and her Juris Doctor from Southwestern University School of Law.
Partial List of Tracy’s Accolades and Awards
Adjunct professor for Chapman University
2007 Santa Ana Police Department’s medal of honor
2009 Orange County Human Options Award for excellent Service
2010 Ambassador of Peace Award
2012 Orange Police Department’s Medal of Honor