George D. Mosee, Jr., Esquire was appointed Executive Director of the Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network in May 2017.
After 28 years as a prosecutor, Mosee retired from the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office December 2016 where he last served as First Assistant District Attorney.
Mosee was the Deputy District Attorney in charge of the Juvenile Division of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office for 13 years. The Juvenile Division includes the Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Program, Juvenile Prosecution Unit, Habitual Offender Unit, Child Support Unit and Youth Aid Panels. Deputy Mosee joined the office in 1988 and served in various units including Motions, Major Trials, Federal Alternatives to State Trials as a Special Assistant United States Attorney, Asset Forfeiture as Chief, and Chief of the Dangerous Drug Offender Unit. From 1995 to 2002, Mr. Mosee was the Deputy District Attorney in charge of the Narcotics Division.
Mosee serves and has served on many boards and committees including the Pennsylvania Juvenile Prosecutors Network as Chair and the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania’s Juvenile Court Procedural Rules Committee as Chair.
Mosee is a 1973 Central High School graduate. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in 1977 and a Master’s degree in 1981 from Lincoln University in Pennsylvania. In 1986, he earned a Juris Doctor degree from Temple University School of Law.