Captain Aprille Moore has over 15 years of law enforcement experience and currently serves as the Unit Commander for the Community Engagement Unit of the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office under the leadership of Sheriff Patrick Labat. Her law enforcement background is also augmented by her training as a Registered Neutral with the Georgia Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution. She leverages these skills during peace officer de-escalation training with a goal of improving police-citizen encounters. She earned her Master of Public Administration from Troy University and her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Georgia State University. During her personal time, Aprille serves as a Community Ambassador for YouthSpark providing prevention and awareness training to members of the community on youth exploitation and abuse. She is also an Ambassador for the Black Girls RUN! Atlanta Chapter, where she leads weekly group runs and serves as a liaison between the CEO and over 21,000 women that are seeking to overcome negative health outcomes. She is also an active member of the Junior League of DeKalb County, Inc, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and Jack and Jill of America, Inc. As a woman in law enforcement, she recognizes her role is more pivotal than ever. She prides herself on being able to bring a unique perspective to the profession through not only advocating for progressive thought amongst her peers, but also fostering community connections that build trust. Born and raised in Decatur, GA, Aprille loves being a mother to her two sons, running marathons, watching sports, reading books, cooking, and painting.