Aprille Moore
Fulton County Marshal's Department, Deputy Marshal, Sergeant

Aprille Moore is a Sergeant with the Fulton County Marshal’s Department. She is responsible for coordinating agency training and ensuring that all sworn personnel are in compliance with the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council requirements, investigating formal complaints of alleged officer misconduct, performing background investigations, and coordinating the College Internship and Physical Fitness & Wellness Programs. In addition to her responsibilities as a Departmental Training Coordinator, she is assigned to the Fulton County Public Safety Training Center serving as the Chief Course Coordinator. In this role, Sergeant Moore is responsible for the daily operations of basic, advanced and specialized law enforcement training courses, training and evaluating the performance of coordinators and instructors, and assisting with curriculum development. As a Registered Neutral licensed with the Georgia Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution, Aprille employs her skills to augment peace officers de-escalation training to improve police-citizen encounters.

Aprille is a 2014 graduate of LEAD Atlanta, the Atlanta Emergency Preparedness Institute, and the United Way Volunteer Involvement Program, as well as a 2015 inductee of Outstanding Atlanta. 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 schools, churches and other members of the community on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking and the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children. In 2015, she became an Ambassador for the Black Girls RUN! Atlanta Chapter, where she leads weekly group runs, implements fitness programs, and serves as a liaison between the CEO and over 20,000 women. As an avid runner, Aprille took her passion to the next level by becoming an RRCA Certified Running Coach to support new and veteran runners. She also serves as an Associate Board Member of Back on My Feet Atlanta, an organization that combats homelessness through the power of running, community support and essential employment and housing resources. Additionally, she is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Born and raised in Decatur, GA, Aprille loves being a mother to her two sons, running marathons, cooking, watching football, and painting. As a woman of faith, she is a proud and devoted member of the West End Seventh-day Adventist Church.