Deputy Chief Dan Moulin

Deputy Chief Dan Moulin was born and raised in SouthernDC photo Oregon and
graduated from South Medford High School. He first became involved in Public Safety in 1996, when he joined a local fire department as a fire explorer and continued to study fire-science at Rogue Community College, earning basic, advanced and leadership fire service certifications and his Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Certification. DC Moulin worked as a Firefighter/EMT, before being promoted Engineer, then to the rank of Fire Lieutenant. He also worked as an EMT for Mercy Flights, and as a 9-1-1 Dispatcher, then 9-1-1 Supervisor in Jackson County, before becoming a sworn police officer with the Eagle Point Police Department in 2007.

DC Moulin transferred to the Jacksonville Police Department after the 2008 recession caused layoffs in the City of Eagle Point, then moved on to the Talent Police Department, where he held positions as Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer and Corporal, and instructed officers in defensive tactics, Taser, digital evidence management, use of force, first aid/CPR, and spike strip deployment. He also assisted as an instructor for the Rogue Community College Reserve Officer Law Enforcement Academy from 2011-2017.

In March of 2017, DC Moulin came to the Ashland Police Department, where he has held positions of Patrol Officer, Police Training Officer, Officer in Charge, Detective and Patrol Lieutenant. During his time in the Criminal Investigations Division, he initially investigated narcotics and property cases, then moved to Major Person Crimes, where his caseload focused on child abuse, homicide/major assault and sexual assault cases. During this assignment, DC Moulin was also a police officer background investigator, and a member of the Jackson County Major Assault/Death Investigation Unit.

DC Moulin holds an AAS in Criminal Justice and is pursuing a BS in Management and Leadership. He is a member of and continues leadership training through the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association. DC Moulin holds Basic, Intermediate, Advanced and Supervisory Police Officer certifications, and is pursuing his Police Management certification through the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training.

DC Moulin is currently the Operations Division Commander, overseeing patrol, traffic enforcement and community services. He sits on the Steering Committee for the Jackson County Coalition Against Sex Trafficking (JCCAST), which is an Oregon Department of Justice Human Trafficking Task Force and is the Chair of the JCCAST Criminal Justice Sub-committee, focusing on how Sex & Human Trafficking cases are identified and investigated, survivors are supported, and offenders are held accountable in Jackson County.

DC Moulin believes in the importance of transparency, and an open dialog between the police and the community to work toward common goals together. Please feel free to contact him with operations questions or concerns at or 541-552-2178.

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