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Education/Licenses/Certifications

Master of Arts, Security Management with Distinction

American Public University System – American Military University
Dates attended: 2007 – 2009

Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration

Columbia College
Orlando Campus
Dates attended: 2000 – 2002

Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate

Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation
FL License: SL3386034
May 2017

Criminal Justice Standards & Training Certificate

Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Certification Date: May 1993

Certified Technical Investigator (CTI)

National Technical Investigators Association (NATIA)
License 21-072407
Certification Date: Jul 2010 – Jul 2013

Certified Cellebrite Unified Forensic Extraction Device Mobile Device Examiner Cellebrite

Cellebrite
License C001074
Certification Date: Jul 2012

Certified Cellebrite Unified Forensic Extraction Device Physical Examiner

Cellebrite
License P000958
Certification Date: Jul 2012

Experience

Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate, Realtor® – Alpha Real Estate of Central Florida, LLC
Dates Employed: May 2017 – Present

William “Bill” Moore
Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate
REALTOR®
FL License: SL3386034

Alpha Real Estate of Central Florida, LLC
1423 W. Fairbanks Ave.
Winter Park, Florida 32789
www.AlphaFL.com
FL License: CQ1039886

Assistant Director & Treasurer – Volunteer
Fraternal Order of Police District 7, Inc.
Dates of Service: Jul 2013 – Present

Bill was appointed as the Assistant Director and Treasurer to the Florida State Fraternal Order of Police Lodge District 7 in July of 2013. In addition to assisting the Director in administrative duties, Bill also serves as the Treasurer for this non-profit organization and monitors Solicitation activity conducted on behalf of District 7. Prior to his appointment to Assistant Director, Bill volunteered to monitor Solicitation activity by becoming a member of the District 7 Solicitation Committee and has been doing so since October of 2011.

District 7 is an entity formed and authorized by the Florida State Lodge for the purpose of providing mid-level management of the FOP Lodges operating within the Central Florida region; commonly known as District 7. The FOP Lodges operating in the following counties: Brevard, Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Marion, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Sumter, and Volusia counties are overseen by the Board of Directors for District 7. There are currently seven FOP Districts operating in Florida. Each Director, from the seven Districts, serves as an Executive Officer for the FOP Florida State Lodge and assists the Florida State Lodge President and other Executive Officers in operational activities occurring within the state.

State Trustee – Volunteer
Fraternal Order of Police Orlando Lodge #25, Inc.
5505 Hansel Avenue, Orlando, FL 32809
Dates of Service: Jan 2015 – Present

A volunteer position on the Executive Board of F.O.P. Lodge #25 and reserved for tenured members who have experience of Lodge operations and administrative tasks. Responsible for attending F.O.P. State Conferences, monitoring legislation benefiting or adversely affecting law enforcement officers, and voting on matters affecting the overall operations of the Florida State Fraternal Order of Police Lodge and the subordinate Lodges throughout the state.

Treasurer – Lodge – Volunteer
Fraternal Order of Police Orlando Lodge #25, Inc.
5505 Hansel Avenue, Orlando, FL 32809
Dates of Service: 1998 – Jan 2015

Bill was initially appointed to the Executive Board as the Treasurer in 1998 and subsequently re-elected by members until moving on to the State Trustee position. While serving as the Treasurer, Bill was responsible for managing the financial, operational, and fundraising activities.

Patrol Officer
City of Orlando, Orlando Police Department
100 S. Hughey Avenue, Orlando, FL 32801
Dates of Service/Assignment: Aug 2012 – Dec 2013 (Retired, December 2013)
North Sector, C/A Midnight Patrol
East Sector, I/A Day Patrol

Re-assigned to Patrol and considered a Senior Officer responsible for responding to in-progress crimes, reported crimes, mentoring recruits when Field Training Officers are unavailable, and initiating police reports after compiling factual information from victims, witnesses, and suspects.

Treasurer – Labor (Union)
Fraternal Order of Police Orlando Lodge #25, Inc.
5505 Hansel Avenue, Orlando, FL 32809
Orlando, FL 32809
Dates of Service: Jun 1996 – Dec 2013

Bill served on the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #25’s Labor Committee (Union) Board as Treasurer until he retired from the Orlando Police Department in December of 2013. Bill was responsible for managing the financial activity of the Labor Committee.

Special Federal Officer/United States Custom Officer – Task Force Agent
Orlando Police Department/U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Orlando, FL
Dates of Service/Assignment: Sep 2011 – Aug 2012

The Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) ensures the homeland is safe, secure, and protects the United States from terrorism and other hazards by coordinating efforts with federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial governments, the private sector, and other nongovernmental organizations. The homeland security strategy is designed around security, resilience, customs and exchange. Along with maturing and strengthening homeland security overall, there are five distinct homeland security missions:

Prevent terrorism and enhancing security;
Secure and manage our borders;
Enforce and administer our immigration laws;
Safeguard and secure cyberspace;
Ensure resilience to disasters;

In July of 2010, the Department of Homeland Security instituted the Blue Campaign as the unified voice to combat human trafficking. Working in collaboration with law enforcement, government, non-governmental and private organizations, the Blue Campaign strives to protect the basic right of freedom and to bring those who exploit human lives to justice.

A simultaneous assignment and deputized as a Special Federal Officer/United States Custom Officer while serving at the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation as a Task Force Agent. Serving as a U.S. Customs Officer and technical liaison responsible for promoting homeland security and public safety by utilizing criminal and civil enforcement of federal laws governing border control, customs, trade, and immigration with an emphasis on combating human trafficking as a task force member and participant in the DHS Blue Campaign. Also responsible for maintaining and deploying appropriate electronic surveillance technologies necessary to gather sufficient evidence to support investigation and prosecution efforts of alleged criminal enterprises engaged in racketeering, conspiracy, narcotics, firearms, human trafficking, and other federal laws governing border control, customs, trade, and immigration.

Task Force Agent, Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation (MBI)
Orlando Police Department/Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation (MBI)
Dates of Service: Sep 2001 – Aug 2012

The Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation (MBI) is a permanent, multi-agency task force which was formed in Central Florida in December of 1978. The founding member agencies of the MBI are the State Attorney of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, and the Orlando Police Department.

The MBI was conceived to fill the need for a cooperative effort to combat criminal activities which were organized, well-financed, and operated freely across jurisdictional lines of the existing law enforcement agencies. The MBI was created as a specialized group of investigators assigned to concentrate on narcotics trafficking, organized crime, racketeering, and vice-related offenses such as prostitution, gambling, and human trafficking.

Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation
Vice/Organized Crime Section; Electronic Surveillance & Technical Investigations – Agent

Primarily responsible for utilizing emerging electronic surveillance technologies to gather sufficient evidence to support investigation and prosecution efforts by managing, maintaining, and operating the MBI/FDLE Electronic Surveillance Center. Additional areas of responsibility include investigating complex criminal cases requiring the collection and distribution of information targeting vice, narcotics, and organized criminal enterprises, obtaining and serving legal process as a State Attorney Investigator, obtaining and serving court orders, and managing various computer networks necessary for successful operations at the task force to include security asset control and implementing network intrusion prevention systems. Also responsible for supplementing supervisory roles as the Assistant Squad Leader and managing the squad in the absence of the supervisor.

Special Federal Officer/Special Deputy – U.S. Marshal, Task Force Agent
Federal Bureau of Investigation
U.S. Department of Justice
Orlando, FL
Dates of Service/Assignment: Dec 2008 – Dec 2010

The Central Florida Violent Gang Safe Streets Task Force pursues violent gangs through sustained, proactive, coordinated investigations to obtain prosecutions under the U.S. Code, Titles 18 and 21, including violations such as racketeering, drug conspiracy, and firearms violations. The Safe Streets Task Force concept expands cooperation and communication among federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, increasing productivity and avoiding duplication of investigative efforts.

Special Federal Officer/Special Deputy-U.S. Marshal, Task Force Agent
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Violent Gang Safe Streets Task Force
Orlando, FL
Dates of Service/Assignment:  2008-2010

A simultaneous assignment and deputized as a Special Federal Officer/Special Deputy, U.S. Marshal while serving at the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation as a Task Force Agent. Serving as a technical liaison responsible for maintaining and deploying appropriate electronic surveillance technologies necessary to gather sufficient evidence to support investigation and prosecution efforts of alleged criminal enterprises involving racketeering, conspiracy, narcotics, and firearms.

Detective, Orlando Police Department
Economic Crimes
Orlando Police Department
Criminal Investigative Division
Dates of Service/Assignment: Oct 1998 – Sep 2001

Criminal Investigative Division Detective assigned to the Special Investigations Section, Economic Crimes Unit. Primarily responsible for investigating complex criminal cases such as Fraud, Computer Crime, and Identity Theft. Performed interviews of witnesses and victims, interrogations of suspects, and analytically reviewed the facts and related evidence for reliability and accuracy; where a determination of probable cause existed the appropriate At-Large Charges were filed with the Orange/Osceola State Attorney’s Office and Applications for Search and Arrest Warrants were applied for when necessary. Also responsible for maintaining a working knowledge of the crimes investigated by each unit within the Special Investigations Section, including but not limited to: Physical Abuse and Neglect of Children, Sexual Abuse of Children, Suspected Stranger Abductions, Parental Abductions, Lost or Missing Children, Missing Adults, Sexual Battery, Forgery, Embezzlement, Fraud, Check Kiting, Credit Card Crimes, Credit Card Security Features, Street Counterfeits, Fraudulent Checks, Photographic Identification.

Special Federal Officer/Special Deputy-U.S. Marshal, Task Force Agent
Central Florida Economic Crimes Counterfeit Task Force
United States Secret Service
Dates of Service/Assignment: 1999-2001

A simultaneous assignment and deputized while serving in the Orlando Police Department Economic Crimes Unit and responsible for assisting with task force investigations, surveillance, and referring criminal cases to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Patrol Officer
Orlando Police Department
West & East Patrol
Dates of Service/Assignment: Oct 1993 – Sep 1998

Responsible for responding to in-progress crimes, reported crimes, and initiating police reports after compiling factual information from victims, witnesses, and occasionally from suspects. Also responsible for supplementing supervisory roles of the Squad Sergeant as the Assistant Squad Leader and managing the squad in the absence of the Sergeant. Also served as a Field Training Officer.

Police Cadet
Orlando Police Department
Dates of Service: Jan 1991 – Oct 1993

A civilian position for full time students seeking a career in law enforcement.  Rotational assignments throughout the Orlando Police Department to include Criminal Investigative Division, Report Review Unit, Planning and Evaluation, Community Relations, Records, Communications, etc.

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