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Tim Moose | Correctional News
Tim Moose
(02/01/2012)

Tim Moose was named executive officer for the Division of Adult Corrections at North Carolina’s Department of Public Safety. Moose, a 27-year probation veteran who began his career as a probation officer in Wake County, has headed Community Corrections since April 2009. During his tenure, he has managed the division’s electronic house arrest program, intensive supervision programs, special operations and legislative and policy issues. Moose earned his political science degree with a concentration in criminal justice from North Carolina State University.

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