Carole Moore

A 12-year veteran of police work, Carole Moore has served in patrol, forensics, crime prevention and criminal investigations, and has extensive training in many law enforcement disciplines. She welcomes comments at 

She is the author of The Last Place You'd Look: True Stories of Missing Persons and the People Who Search for Them (Rowman & Littlefield, Spring 2011)


Carole can be contacted through the following:


Darknets: the underbelly of the Internet

Can you calculate police effectiveness?

My response to anti-police protests

The militarization of police

Domestic abuse behind the badge

Is your pension exempt from income tax?

A little respect goes a long way

Regionalizing resources

Where are they now?

Changing the moonlighting bulb

Integrity to prevent tragedy

A change in Baltimore

Cellphone search warrants

When use-of-force policies go too far

Memory Lane: My Old Uniform

The Well-Dressed Officer

The Well-Dressed Officer

Mourning every officer

Supreme Court Cases: Warrantless searches

Publications, journals and websites

Internet comments on tragic events

Super recognizers

Your officers don't speed off duty, do they?

Emotions and cold cases

The unknowns of on-duty