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Grants Pass Police Department Announces Retirement of Captain Todd Moran

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The Grants Pass Police Department has entered 2024 without one of its longtime leaders.

On December 28th, GPPD celebrated the retirement of Captain Todd Moran. It was a testament to his dedication, leadership and commitment to his community.

Moran's career in public service began in 1996 when he joined the Klamath Falls Police Department as a reserve officer. He was appointed as a deputy with the Josephine County Sheriff's Office one year later and he joined the Grants Pass Police Department in 2000.

Moran's climb through the ranks at GPPD was nothing short of remarkable. He was promoted to Corporal in 2004, achieved the rank of Sergeant in 2012 and became a Lieutenant two years later. He was named Captain in 2020.

Moran wore many hats throughout his career, serving as a Field Training Officer, K-9 Handler and as a member of the SWAT Command and Crisis Negotiation Teams. He accumulated over 2,400 hours of training and received a management certificate.

Though his absence will be felt, GPPD congratulates Captain Todd Moran on a well-deserved retirement. His legacy will endure in the hearts and minds of those he touched along the way.
Posted on 1/2/24 5:59AM by Sam Marsh