Superintendent Moore joined the New South Wales Police Force in 1987 and was initially posted to the Inner Western Suburbs of Sydney. From 1990 – 2004 Superintendent Moore performed criminal investigation duties at various locations including Petersham, Hurstville, the NSW Crime Commission and Bourke.
From 2008 – 2013 performed Inspector Duties at Bourke and duties as the Crime Manager for the Richmond Local Area Command based in Lismore. In 2013 Superintendent Moore returned to Bourke as the Commander, Darling River Local Area Command.
During Greg’s 6 years in Bourke, the region saw significant reductions in domestic violence rates and violent crimes and through the Maranguka Justice Reinvestment Community Partnership Project saw increases in year 12 student retention rates and large reductions in charges across the top five juvenile justice offence categories.
From 2019 – 2022, Superintendent Greg Moore assumed the position of Commander of the South Coast Police District for the NSW Police Force until taking over his current duties as the Commander for the NSW Incident and Emergency Management Command.
Greg acknowledges his police and community partnership experiences as pivotal influences for his healthy respect for the value of bottom-up, community-driven problem-solving. He has observed first-hand how community unity and creative social policy design has influenced positive outcomes in communities such as Lismore, Bourke, Walgett and Nowra.
Greg recognises the importance of continual learning and has achieved multidisciplinary qualifications in social sciences an executive master’s in public administration and is a qualified solicitor.
For his 32 years of service, Superintendent Moore was awarded an Australian Police Medal as part of the Queen’s Birthday 2019 honours.