Luis Alberto Moore

Luis Alberto Moore

Luis Alberto Moore

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Luis Alberto Moore Perea (Born September 1, 1959 in Bogotá, Colombia) is a General of the Colombian National Police. On December 7, 2006 became the first Afro-Colombian to reach the grade of Brigadier General in the Colombian National Police. Revista Semana - Accessed December 8, 2006 and assumed command of the Cali Police Department.. El Colombiano - Accessed December 8, 2006

Early years

Before becoming a policeman, Moore studied medicine in the Pontifical Xavierian University and dropped out after a friend convinced him to join the National Police.

National Police service

In 1975, when he was 17 years old, and without telling his parents, Moore entered the General Santander National Police Academy. By 1977 Moore graduated with the rank of Sub-Lieutenant and was assigned to posts in the Departments of Tolima and Caldas. In 1981 Moore was the first Afro-Colombian to train to become a Mi-17 helicopter pilot in the National Police Aviation, also attending courses in Russia. He graduated and received many condecorations for achievements being the most important the one he received for his actions during the Palace of Justice siege in November 1985 when 19th of April Movement guerrillas stormed this government building. He piloted a helicopter that dropped off Special Operations Commandoes on the roof of the building. He also...
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