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Mr. Shawn Moore is a veteran of law enforcement in California with over fifteen years of experience where he has distinguished himself with two law enforcement agencies in various assignments to include patrol, investigations, training and community policing.  


In 1999, he was assigned to an elite team known as the Narcotics Intervention Team Restoring Order (NITRO) whose mission was the intervention against violent street gangs involved in the illegal trafficking of narcotics and weapons. He participated in the service of high-risk search warrants resulting in hundreds of arrests.  


In 2001, Shawn was assigned to the Metro Team which was a collaborative effort of local, state and federal agencies whose primary mission was the apprehension of violent felons along with the seizure of illegal narcotics and firearms. Shawn, along with his fellow teammates were awarded a Chief’s Commendation for their work which led to a major reduction in homicides and violent crime.


As a member of the department’s Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT) and the High-Risk Entry Team (HRET) he participated in the service of over 400 high-risk search warrants culminating with the arrest of numerous violent felons.


Shawn is certified by the State of California as a hand-gun, rifle, sub-gun, shotgun and diversionary device instructor. He serves as an adjunct firearms instructor with the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Department Police Academy. Shawn is graduate of the Los Medanos Police Academy.  He currently serves as a patrol watch commander and team leader for his department's Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT).


Shawn is a certified instructor for CQB Institute and holds a Masters Black Belt in the Tactical Fighting System of Chàngyì yú Zhàn which translated in English means “Initiative in Battle.  As a CQB Institute Certified Instructor he has participated in the training of numerous police departments to include the San Francisco Special Operations Group (SOG), California Highway Patrol Dignitary Protection Unit, Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Department SWAT, Sparks Nevada SWAT, United States Marshals Service (USMS), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) and North Providence, Rhode Island SWAT, just to name a few. 


He is a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks where he participates in programs to protect children from illegal drugs.  He is also active in veteran outreach programs to include the "Wounded Warrior Fund." 


He currenty serves as Chief Instructor of CQB Institute.