Ed Moore has been chief of Hudson’s police department for nearly a decade. He’s a student of the department’s colorful history, including the New York State police raids in the 1950s that put an end to Hudson’s infamous red-light district.
Chief Moore is working with others to build a memorial garden at police headquarters to honor all officers and employees who have served the city. Chief Moore is our guest on the lastest History Room on Zoom.
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