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Senate Confirms Jim Mosley as Safety & Homeland Security Secretary

Department of Safety and Homeland Security | Former Governor Jack Markell (2009-2017) | News | Office of the Governor | Date Posted: Wednesday, October 28, 2015



Dover, DE – The Delaware Senate today confirmed the nomination of Jim Mosely to serve as Secretary of the Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security, succeeding Lew Schiliro, who announced his plans to retire earlier this month.Mosley

“With over 40 years of experience, Jim has established a distinguished career of public service in both the military and law enforcement sectors,” said Governor Markell. “He has the knowledge, passion and fortitude to lead the department as we continue to strengthen public safety throughout Delaware. I appreciate the Senate’s consideration and support.”

Though he most recently served as Wilmington’s Public Safety director, Mosley has also worked with local, state, federal and international agencies in a variety of code and law enforcement environments including overt and covert operations. During his career as an officer in the Military Police Corps, he served throughout the United States, Cuba, Honduras and Europe as a law enforcement officer and liaison between U.S. and Allied Country Law Enforcement and Security personnel. While assigned to NATO Headquarters in Belgium, he coordinated the security for the Supreme Allied Commander and commanded his personal security team.

“I’m honored and grateful for the opportunity to join the team of dedicated men and women who protect our state,” Mosley said. “I thank Governor Markell and members of the Senate for their vote of confidence and assure them I will work hard every day to maintain the level of professionalism and commitment our citizens deserve.”

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Senate Confirms Jim Mosley as Safety & Homeland Security Secretary

Department of Safety and Homeland Security | Former Governor Jack Markell (2009-2017) | News | Office of the Governor | Date Posted: Wednesday, October 28, 2015



Dover, DE – The Delaware Senate today confirmed the nomination of Jim Mosely to serve as Secretary of the Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security, succeeding Lew Schiliro, who announced his plans to retire earlier this month.Mosley

“With over 40 years of experience, Jim has established a distinguished career of public service in both the military and law enforcement sectors,” said Governor Markell. “He has the knowledge, passion and fortitude to lead the department as we continue to strengthen public safety throughout Delaware. I appreciate the Senate’s consideration and support.”

Though he most recently served as Wilmington’s Public Safety director, Mosley has also worked with local, state, federal and international agencies in a variety of code and law enforcement environments including overt and covert operations. During his career as an officer in the Military Police Corps, he served throughout the United States, Cuba, Honduras and Europe as a law enforcement officer and liaison between U.S. and Allied Country Law Enforcement and Security personnel. While assigned to NATO Headquarters in Belgium, he coordinated the security for the Supreme Allied Commander and commanded his personal security team.

“I’m honored and grateful for the opportunity to join the team of dedicated men and women who protect our state,” Mosley said. “I thank Governor Markell and members of the Senate for their vote of confidence and assure them I will work hard every day to maintain the level of professionalism and commitment our citizens deserve.”

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