FRED J. MOORE
Fred was employed as and retired as a Special Agent for the United States Department of Defense after twenty years of service. Fred worked cases that involved product substitution in Department of Defense (DoD) contracts and further investigated procurement fraud, bribes and kickbacks (paid to and paid by) DoD personnel and identity theft fraud waste and abuse.
Fred also retired from twenty two years of service to his country as a Special Agent (Reserve) for the United States Army Criminal Investigation Division Command (CID). As such his duties included investigation of crimes against property and persons, i.e. robbery, burglary, rape, assault and murder. For the last fifteen years of his CID career, Fred was assigned to the Protective Service Unit (PSU). In this position Fred protected seven Secretaries of Defense in the United States and abroad. In addition to protecting the Secretary of Defense, Fred protected the Deputy Secretary of Defense, Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff, the Secretary of the Army and the Chief of Staff of the Army. After the attacks of September 11, 2001, Fred was activated and worked out of the Pentagon in Washington D.C. as a PSU agent for one year.
Prior to federal service Fred was a police officer for the City of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX. In this position Fred worked street crimes (many the same as the crimes worked as a CID Agent) and natural disasters that impacted the City of Fort Worth.
Fred is a graduate of Texas Christian University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. He is also a graduate of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Glynn Co, GA.
Fred served active duty in the United States Marine Corps, 1968 through 1970.