Tim MooseChief Deputy Secretary, Adult Correction & Juvenile Justice

Tim Moose was appointed as chief deputy secretary of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice in June 2019. In this role, Moose oversees the agencies and personnel responsible for the care, custody and supervision of all adults and juveniles sentenced after conviction for violations of North Carolina law.

A career corrections professional with 35 years of experience, Moose served seven years as deputy secretary overseeing several sections including Community Corrections, Special Operations and Intelligence, Reentry Programs and Services, Staff Development and Training, Combined Records and Critical Incidence Responses Administration. In this capacity, he also has worked with the Post Release-Parole Commission on policy and offender supervision as well as with Prisons on joint operational issues.

Moose is a graduate of North Carolina State University with degrees in criminal justice and political science and the National Institute of Corrections Probation Executives Program. He also serves on the N.C. Sentencing and Policy Advisory Commission.