Earlier today, Halifax Regional Police Chief Frank A. Beazley promoted Bill Moore to the rank of Deputy Chief. In his new post which is effective March 26, Deputy Chief Moore will assume responsibility for Operations which encompasses the Criminal Investigations Division, Patrol Division and the HRM Public Safety Office.
Deputy Moore began his policing career with Dartmouth City Police in 1986. Throughout his career, he has worked in many areas of policing including uniformed patrol operations, Criminal Investigations, Drug Enforcement, Financial Crimes, Information Technology, Human Resources and Criminal Intelligence/Organized Crime. For the past eight years, he has been a member of the Executive Management Team at Police as Superintendent, serving in a variety of areas including Integrated Emergency Services, Patrol, Support Services, Community Projects, and most recently in Administration.
Deputy Moore holds Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Dalhousie University, and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia the Institute of Strategic International Studies Program of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police. He also holds a Masters Certificate in Project Management from Saint Mary’s University, and two Certificates from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He has also been an instructor in the Police Leadership Program at Dalhousie University since 2000.
Deputy Moore is actively involved nationally through the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police as Co-Chair of the Information Technology Committee and the Radio Interoperability Subcommittee and the CACP representative on the Tri-Services Special Purpose Committee on Mission Critical 700 MHz Broadband for Public Safety Data. He has recently joined the National Public Safety Telecommunications Committee (NPSTC) committee as the CITIG representative and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Communications and Telecommunications Committee as the CACP representative. Deputy Moore is also actively involved in his community; he recently served for more than two years as Chair of Athlete Services with the 2011 Canada Games in Halifax.
We extend our sincere congratulations to Deputy Chief Moore on his promotion and look forward to his continued leadership in policing.