Albert Edmund MOORE

Albert Edmund MOORE

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. # 250

Rank:  ?


Police Gazette dated 14 February 1917

Probationary Constable:  MOORE, Albert E., No 250, September 19, 1916.



Police Gazette dated 31 October 1917

Ordinary Constable:  MOORE, Albert E., No. 250, September, 19, 1917.



Police Gazette dated 2 July 1924

Qualifying Examinations for Higher Rank – MOORE, A. E., No 250, Bellingen



Police Gazette dated 30 December 1925

Constables to be Constables 1st Class

MOORE, A. E., No. 250; date of promotion, 1st January, 1926,

date of last promotion, 19th September, 1917.



Police Gazette dated 2 May 1928

Regd. # 250, MOORE, A. E. Constable 1st Class

Date of Birth  13-4-88

Date of Appointment  19-9-16

Date of Appointment to Present Rank  1-1-26



Police Gazette dated 21 May 1930

Qualifying Examination for Higher Rank.

MOORE, A. E., No. 250, North Coast.


 Stations:  Bellingen, Kempsey ( 1924 ) ?

Awards:  ?

Service:  From pre February 1917  To  ?

Born:  13 April 1888

Died:  ? 1960

Age:  ?

Funeral date:  ?

Funeral location:  ?

Grave location:  ?




[alert_red]Albert is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance[/alert_red]


Policeman Honored

BELLINGEN, Saturday. — Constable Albert E. Moore, who has been stationed here for several years, was presented to-night by Mr. S. J. Piggott, ex-Shire President, with a gold watch and chain on behalf of the business people of the town prior to his departure for Kempsey, where he has been promoted. Constable Moore was congratulated on the splendid work he did during the recent big fires in the town.

Sunday Times ( Sydney )                                    Sunday  17 August 1924                          page 2 of 24






About two months ago several members of the police force of the Macleay sub-district sat for an examination, conducted by Sergeant Jones of the Police Instruction Department.  The results disclose that First Class Constables Moore and Griffiths ( Kempsey ) and Berry ( Urunga ) passed the necessary qualification test for Third Class Sergeants.   Constables Bodman ( Bowraville ) and Peate ( Port Macquarie ) have qualified as First Class Constables.

The Port Macquarie News & Hastings River Advocate ( NSW )

Saturday  14 June 1930                             page 4 of 8



*** Note ***

An article in the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miner’s Advocate ( NSW ) dated Friday 25 January 1907, page 6 of 8, mentions “Maitland Distrist …….  The following transfers of police officials in the north-eastern police distrist have been approved….. “Senior-constable Moore, Jerry’s Plains to Gladstone”

Whether the Moore mentioned in 1907 is related to Moore born in 1888 is unknown.