Tony Moore is a deputy sheriff with a large southern California law enforcement agency. His expertise are in social media and internet investigations, crypto-currencies, emerging internet trends and public information. He is a certified POST (Peace Officer Standards and Training) instructor with the State of California, teaching classes on social media, public information, internet investigations and computer forensics via the California Department of Justice (CADOJ).
Tony also instructs for Basic Cybercrime Investigation Course at the University of Southern California (USC) Viterbi School of Engineering. He’s been a guest speaker at over 50 internationally recognized Law Enforcement conferences such as, the International Association Chiefs of Police (IACP) Annual Conference, Social Media, the Internet and Law Enforcement (SMILE) Conference, the Los Angeles Police Department’s (LAPD) Annual Detective Symposium, on the same topics.
In 2016, Tony was the recipient of the California Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST), Instructor of the Year Award and the U.S Attorney General's, Law Enforcement Award.
In 2015, Tony was the recipient of the Peace Officers Association of Los Angeles County (POALAC) - Centurion Award for "Excellence in Innovative Communications" and the Government Social Media Conference - Golden Post Award for "Best Use of Social Media in Solving Crime."