Chief Deputy Randy Moore
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Randy Moore serves as the Chief Deputy of the Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office. He is second in command of the agency and is responsible for the daily operations of the Sheriff’s Office.
Chief Deputy Moore is a 33-year law enforcement veteran. He began his career in 1984 with the Alpharetta, Georgia Police Department. He also served with the Woodstock, Georgia Police Department and the Holly Springs, Georgia Police Department. Randy Moore attained the rank of Chief of Police while serving with the Holly Springs Police Department. Chief Deputy Moore retired from the Holly Springs Police Department in 2005. He was appointed to the position of Gilmer County Jail Commander by Sheriff Nicholson in January 2005. Chief Deputy Moore was promoted to his current rank and position by Sheriff Nicholson in 2006.
During his career, Chief Deputy Moore has worked in many varied assignments, such as patrol officer, supervisor and manager. He also served as traffic division commander, criminal investigator, field operations commander and administrative services commander. Chief Deputy Moore is a Life Member of the Georgia Chiefs of Police Association. He is also a State of Georgia Law Enforcement Certification Assessor. Chief Deputy Moore is a graduate of the State of Georgia Law Enforcement Professional Management Program. He attended Reinhardt College and also attended Columbus State College and Gupton Jones College. Chief Deputy Moore graduated from Milton High School in 1981.