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Chief Jeremy Moore has been in the fire service for 21 years. In December of 2014, he was given the opportunity to proudly serve the citizens and department members as the fire chief for the City of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
Prior to the Broken Arrow Fire Department, he spent 18 years with the Tulsa Fire Department (TFD). In that time he served in field operations as a Firefighter, Fire Equipment Operator, Rescue Captain, and District Chief throughout the city. Additionally, he served as the Administrative Chief working closely with the Fire Chief and other city leaders.
Moore holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fire Service Management and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma. Chief Moore’s accreditations include Fire Inspector and Fire Service Instructor from the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC). In 2009, he completed the National Fire Academy’s four year Executive Fire Officer Program. In 2011, he attained the Chief Fire Officer (CFO) designation from the Centers for Public Safety Excellence and serves as one of four designated CFOs in the State of Oklahoma. In 2016, he participated in the International Association of Fire Chief’s Fire Service Executive Development Institute (FSEDI).
Chief Moore continues to be active in his local, state, and international fire service committees. Currently, he is a member of the International Association of Fire Chiefs where he previously served on the Human Relations committee and is currently serving on the Professional Development Committee. He is also a member of the Oklahoma Fire Chief’s Association and is serving as the 2nd Vice President for Green Country Chiefs Association.
Chief Moore was born and raised in the Tulsa metropolitan area and was married to his wife Amanda in 1998. Together they have a 12-year-old daughter who attends school in Jenks, Oklahoma where Amanda is an Elementary Principal.
In 2012, Chief Moore collaborated with several fire service colleagues from across the United States to develop curriculum and provide education and training related to Alternative Fuel Vehicles and Facilities.
Chief Moore is passionate about the community and has been active with several organizations. He served the community as the Board Chair for the Crime Prevention Network, has served with The Day Center for the Homeless, and is a graduate of Leadership Tulsa’s Class 46. Additionally, he was on the City of Tulsa’s 2011 and 2012 United Way steering committee and spearheaded the TFD’s charitable campaign. He is also motivated to help entrepreneurs and to see the economy develop and grow; as a result he served as a member of the City of Tulsa’s Economic Development Commission, Entrepreneurship Committee.