US Army to Replace Criminal Investigations Chief In Wake of Guillen’s Death
The service’s Criminal Investigation Command has faced criticism for its lax casework on soldier deaths, assaults and suicides.
By Tara Copp
Senior Pentagon Reporter, Defense One
April 26, 2021
Updated: 3:32 p.m.
The U.S. Army has decided to replace the head of its criminal investigations division less than a year after naming her to the position, as the service continues to face the aftermath of the murder of Spc. Vanessa Guillen.
Maj. Gen. Donna Martin became provost marshal general of the Army and commanding general of Army Criminal Investigation Command last July, just 10 days after Guillen’s body was found outside Fort Hood, Texas.
Martin will be replaced by Brig. Gen. Duane Miller, who is currently deputy provost marshal general and deputy commanding general of CID, Miller confirmed to Defense One in a phone interview.https://www.defenseone.com/policy/2021/04/army-replace-criminal-investigations-chief-wake-guillens-death/173606/