Greenville, South Carolina police chief takes at aim at bill HB3968 to change ways police agencies seize assets

Greenville’s police chief spoke at the South Carolina State House Thursday to argue against two bills being debated in the House and Senate chambers regarding law enforcement’s ability to seize assets during investigations.

Chief Ken Miller spoke on behalf of the South Carolina Police Chiefs Association, which is comprised of 246 police chiefs statewide.

Miller’s testimony comes after what SCPCA called “misleading media reporting of asset forfeiture and interdiction seizures” which may be influencing lawmakers.