|Born||c. 1961 (age 58–59)|
Narmak, Tehran, Iran
Law Enforcement Force
|Years of service||1980–2015|
Esmail Ahmadi-Moghaddam (Persian: اسماعیل احمدیمقدم) is an Iranian retired military officer who served as Iran's Chief of police, the chief commander of Law Enforcement Force of Islamic Republic of Iran, from 2005 to 2015.
Prior to the appointment, he served as deputy of Basij militia and its commander in Greater Tehran. Ahmadi-Moghaddam started his career at Islamic Revolution Committees and later was transferred to Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
Ahmadi-Moghaddam has got a BA in Social Sciences from University of Tehran and obtained a master's degree in defense management from Army's University of Command and Staff, continued by a Ph.D. from Supreme National Defense University in military sciences.
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Ali Abdollahi (caretaker)
| Commander-in-Chief of the Iranian Police
9 July 2005 – 9 March 2015