Chief Commissioner is a term for:
- a position in the higher service in the German police; see official titles of the German police
Chief Commissioner was a term for:
- a senior German administrative officer in the areas conquered during the Second World War and placed under civil administration. The chief commissioner was at the head of a main district, which in turn was divided into several district areas. He was roughly equal to a district president in the Reich territory. Were subordinate to the area commissioner , attached the General Commissioners and the Reich commissioners .