Q&A with LLS Alumni Chris Moore


Chris Moore officially stepped in as Chief of the San Jose Police Department in February 2011 after working up the ranks, starting as a police officer on street patrol in 1982. He now oversees more than 1,100 sworn officers in San Jose., a source for all things San Jose, has recently posted an interview with Lincoln Law School Alumni, SJPD Chief of Police, Christopher Moore. Moore graduated with his JD from Lincoln Law School in the 1990’s and soon added to list of accomplishments:
  • A B.A. From the University of California at Berkeley,
  • An M.P.A. from San Jose State and
  • A J.D. From Lincoln Law School of San Jose.
  • In 1999, he was selected as a White House Fellow to serve a year as Counsel to U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno.
  • In 2004, Moore was awarded the Fulbright Police Research Fellowship, giving him an opportunity to study police accountability at the London School of Economics and New Scotland Yard.
  • Moore is also a graduate of the California P.O.S.T. Law Enforcement Command College,
  • A member of the State Bar of California and
  • A recipient of the SJPD Hazardous Duty Award.

Catch the full Q&A here to learn more about our chief of police.

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