CHIEF MOULDER has been in law enforcement for forty-four years. In 2003, he retired after serving eighteen years as Police Chief for Des Moines, Iowa. His law enforcement career began with the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department, where he served twenty-five years, retiring as a Major.

Chief Moulder has a Master's Degree in Public Administration and currently serves as chair of the Resolutions Committee for the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP). The Resolutions Committee guides the policy for IACP. He has been the Legislative Committee chair for the Iowa Police Executive Forum, a statewide organization of Chiefs of Police and has served as the chair of the Polk County Chiefs and Sheriffs Association.

Following retirement from Des Moines, he formed MOULDER AND ASSOCIATES, an organization designed to provide a wide range of technical and administrative services for local law enforcement agencies.


CHIEF NIEBUR has been in law enforcement for forty-two years. He served as Police Chief in Osceola, Iowa for sixteen years, retiring in 2004. Chief Niebur also began his police career in the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department, where he served twenty-seven years, retiring as a Captain.

He is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute Administrative Officers Course. Chief Niebur was one of four Police Chiefs selected to serve on the "DARE America" Curriculum Advisory Board and he was the North Central Regional Chair for the State Association of Chiefs of Police Division of IACP. He is past president of the Iowa Police Executive Forum and served on the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy, Curriculum Committee. He also serves on the Foster Care Review Board for southern Iowa.

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