Sergeant (ret) Robert Moore MHR, LPC, is the author, founder and primary developer of the My Body…My Life… Programs.. Bob is a retired police sergeant, with over 30 years of service, a school safety and resource officer, a certified defensive tactics instructor through the State of Oklahoma Council of Law Enforcement Education and Training, a Licensed Professional Counselor and LPC Supervisor in current practice, and an Adjunct Professor in Human Relations and Advanced Programs at the University of Oklahoma. Bob holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management of Human Resources from Southern Nazarene University and a Master's Degree in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma, as well as postgraduate work in Human Relations and Counseling. Bob has received over ninety awards, letters and commendations; this includes two certificates of merit, commendation bar, two commendation bars with risk, five nominations for officer of the year, two awards for officer of the year, the first Oklahoma Gang Investigator of the Year, Oklahoma Crime Prevention Officer of the Year, finalist for American Crime Prevention Officer of the Year, 2013 National School Safety Award, Governor’s Commendation, House of Representatives Citation and the 2013 Human Rights Award for his work in addressing dating, domestic and gender violence in the schools and his community.
During his career, he has been involved in Street Gang Investigation, Narcotics Investigation, Street Crimes Unit, Field Training, Defensive Tactics, Academy Training, Pistol Team, Peer Support Team, Sexual Assault Response Team, Critical Incident Stress Management and the Crisis Intervention Team. Bob has also been active in presenting, teaching and training My Body…My Life… programs in schools, colleges, universities, churches, businesses, civic organizations, corporations, military bases, conferences and seminars throughout Oklahoma and across the country.