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Moses Ector


A highly motivated and dedicated individual with proven command level experiences as Director of the Moses Ector Law Enforcement Leadership Academy at Atlanta Metropolitan State College, Chief of Police for the City of Hogansville, a Deputy Assistant Director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, and Deputy Chief and Emergency Management Director for DeKalb County; the ability to interact with the public and individuals at all levels of society. A self motivated team player capable of generating enthusiasm within the work place. He works well under pressure, accustomed to meeting tight deadlines, along with extensive law enforcement management training, as well as lecturing in college classrooms. He was invited to be a lecturer at the 1st Security Seminar in the Caribbean which was sponsored by IOBSE. Chief Ector was requested by the United States Department of State to teach classes in Gaborone, Botswana at the International Law Enforcement Academy in Africa. The classes were designed for “Leadership for the African Executive.”  Chief Moses Ector has extensive specialized training in emergency management and terrorism.

Areas of Expertise

  1. Law enforcement management
  2. Community Oriented Policing

Selected Presentations

Selected Publications and Associations


  • “Law Enforcement and the Community, A Partnership for a Better Georgia”, Georgia Peace Officers magazine, 1992


  • 2012-President of Georgia Chapter of National Organization of Black Law Executives
  • Past Member of the advisory board for Dekalb Technical College (Decatur, GA)
  • 1999-Present Steward Board of St. Paul A.M.E. Church (Hogansville, GA)
  • Past Chairman-Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC for DeKalb County)
  • Past Chairman of the Countywide Pandemic Influenza Planning and Committee Meeting
  • Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police
  • Georgia Vietnam Veteran Alliance
  • International Association of Chiefs of Police
  • 100 Black Men’s Association-West Georgia Chapter
  • FBI National Academy Graduates Association
  • Past President National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
  • Past Member Board of Directors, Georgia Emergency Management of all Hazards Council Area 7
  • 2013-2015, Vice Chairman Georgia Athletic and Entertainment Commission

Honors and Awards

  • Inducted into the African-American Biographies Hall of Fame 
  • Named Outstanding Georgia Citizen by the Honorable Max Cleland, Georgia Secretary of State 
  • Proclamation from Fulton County Board of Commissioners 
  • Resolution from the City of Hogansville 
  • Resolution from the House of Representatives 
  • Resolution State Board of Pardons and Paroles 
  • Hogansville Police Department renamed the – “Moses Ector Public Safety Center” in 2014 
  • Special Program, (Moses Ector Law Enforcement Leadership Academy, MELELA) named in his honor at Atlanta Metropolitan State College

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Moses Ector
Criminal Justice Expert
A retired police chief and a criminal justice expert with over 45 years of experience in community oriented policing, law enforcement and criminal justice management.

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