James E. Mosley, Sr.
|James E. Mosley, Sr.|
Chief James E. Mosley, Sr.
|Born||Jan 19, 1939|
|Years active||Nov. 1964-1998 |
|Home town||Englewood, NJ|
|Known for||Police Chief, Englewood|
|Children||Paulette, Beverly, and James, Jr. (d. July 31, 2014) |
James E. Mosley, Sr. was the City's 1st Black Chief  of the Englewood Police Department from 1994-1998. He advanced through the ranks, first as patrolman, then Sergeant (when he created the first Crime Prevention Unit in the Dept.), Lieutenant, and then Dep. Chief.  In 1996, while still on the job, he and his wife cashed in a 1.4 million dollar lottery ticket. 
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