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Chief Ed Delmore & Deputy Ryan Delmore

Chief Ed Delmore, Gulf Shores, AL Police Dept. - Ed Delmore has been a police officer since 1982. He has served as a patrol officer, undercover narcotics investigator, patrol sergeant, watch commander, deputy chief, and chief of police. For several years he was the working commander of the most successful municipal criminal interdiction unit in the State of Illinois. He currently serves as the Chief of Police in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Gulf Shores is an island resort community in the Gulf of Mexico. Ed earned an Associate of Applied Science Degree from Southwestern Illinois College, a Bachelor's Degree from Western Illinois University, and a Master’s Degree from Webster University. He is a graduate of the Administrative Officer's Course at the University of Louisville's Southern Police Institute and the FBI National Academy (Session 205). He has seized millions of dollars in illicit drugs and drug currency and has trained thousands of police officers throughout the United States on criminal interdiction techniques.
Deputy Ryan Delmore, Baldwin Co. (AL) Sheriff's Office - Ryan Delmore is currently a deputy with the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office. Baldwin County Alabama covers over 2,000 square miles making it the largest county in the state and one of the largest counties east of the Mississippi River. He began his career as a patrol deputy and quickly began to concentrate on proactive criminal interdiction. After making numerous drug trafficking apprehensions he was named Deputy of the Quarter in 2014. He was named Deputy of the Year in 2015 and was transferred to the Special Operations Unit.
Delmore has made numerous significant arrests and seizures resulting in both state and federal indictments. He has seized and been involved in vehicle stops resulting in the seizure of over 1.6 million dollars in illicit US currency, hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of assets, explosives, counterfeit property, and hundreds of pounds of narcotics. He has trained with Customs and Border Patrol and has been requested by other agencies to assist with vehicle searches. He has located hidden compartments in several different types of vehicles and has assisted the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Federal Bureau of Investigation on vehicle stops and searches.
Delmore has instructed officers throughout the United States in both Interstate and Intrastate Criminal Interdiction and detecting hidden compartments. He currently works full-time interstate criminal interdiction on Interstate 10 and Interstate 65.

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