Chief of Police, Janesville, WI
David Moore currently serves as a Police Chief for Janesville, Wisconsin. Chief Moore began his career with the Janesville Police Department in 1977 and was appointed Chief in 2009. As Chief, he has guided the department to be a community-oriented and problem-solving organization. Chief Moore holds a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice administration and a Master of Science degree in corporate/public communication. He is a graduate of the 186th FBI National Academy and of Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command. Chief Moore is a lifelong Janesville resident and serves on many local committees and boards, including the Janesville Morning Rotary Club.
Chief Moore has been a member of Fight Crime: Invest in Kids since 2012 and has pushed for evidence-based interventions in early childhood through a variety of settings. He flew to Washington, DC to meet with Congressman Paul Ryan about the Maternal Infant Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program in 2014, participated in a panel discussion about the importance of getting kids on a path to productive lives with a retired admiral and business leader, and his department led a book drive for local children to ensure kids have access to books and raise awareness about the public safety impact of early learning.