Wave Staff Report
WEST HOLLYWOOD — Capt. William (Bill) Moulder is the new leader of the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station.
He replaces Capt. Edward C. Ramirez, who was promoted to commander within the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department earlier this year.
“I want to congratulate Bill Moulder on his appointment to lead the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station as its new captain,” Mayor Lauren Meister said. “For nearly four years, he has served our community skillfully as the station lieutenant and his promotion to captain is great news.
Public safety is our single most important concern in West Hollywood and Captain Moulder is a law enforcement veteran who is highly respected by our community. He knows West Hollywood and its unique challenges, and I look forward to continuing our work with him in his new leadership role at the station.”
Moulder has more than 30 years of law enforcement experience, having joined the Sheriff’s Department in 1991. After the Sheriff’s Academy, he worked at court services and then in custody division at North County Correctional Facility.
He also has worked at Palmdale, Lancaster and West Hollywood stations as a patrol deputy and has been a field training officer and detective at West Hollywood station.
He has a bachelor’s degree in communication from USC.