ISRI names director of law enforcement outreach

Brady Mills to help the scrap industry combat metal theft.

February 5, 2014
Recycling Today Staff
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The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), Washington, D.C.,says it is devoting more resources to the fight against scrap metal theft. The association has hired Brady Mills as its director of law enforcement outreach. In the new role, Mills will be responsible for working with the association’s recently formed Law Enforcement Advisory Council to develop and implement a law enforcement training program as well as to coordinate outreach with the law enforcement community.

“I am very pleased that Brady has joined our team,” says Robin Wiener, president of ISRI. “With more than 32 years in federal and state law enforcement, Brady’s background further strengthens our efforts to fight metals theft. I look forward to the positive outcomes that will result from the collaboration between Brady and ISRI’s newly created Law Enforcement Advisory Council in the development of a law enforcement training program and other outreach initiatives.”

Mills recently retired from the U.S. Secret Service after more than 27 years. He began his career in the Secret Service in 1986 in the Detroit field office followed by field assignments in the Washington and Fresno, Calif., offices, and as resident agent in charge of the Sacramento, Calif., office.

Mills’ responsibilities will also include overseeing, the industry’s online system for law enforcement to notify local scrap dealers of metals thefts.