Inspector Sergeant Moss is a police officer from Birmingham. He served his country in France during the War.
Series 1 · 1919Edit
Sergeant Moss is known to resent the built up of corruption in his force but slowly builds more and more resentment towards Inspector Campbell as he does not agree with his methods.
Series 2 · 1921Edit
Despite his earlier opinions, not only is he in the pocket of the Peaky Blinders but represents the head of the local police and is often seen being bribed to drop investigation or even ensure patrols are not held in certain areas.
Series 3 · 1924Edit
Moss continues to assist the Peaky Blinders endeavours and performs somewhat illegal dealings for what he believes is the greater good.
Partway though the series, Moss can be seen without his Sergeant's tapes, but displaying a single pip on his epaulette. Although never explicitly mentioned, at this point, he is believed to be the (now defunct) rank of Station Inspector. Irritatingly, this rank is only known to have existed in the Metropolitan Police (1880-1936) which did not include Birmingham.
Series 4 • 1926Edit
In the first episode, we see Moss with two pips on his epaulettes. He introduces himself as "Inspector Moss".
- "We are regular police officers, sir, not spies. We can only act when a crime has been committed."
|Series 1 Appearances|
|Episode 1.1||Episode 1.2||Episode 1.3||Episode 1.4||Episode 1.5||Episode 1.6|
|Series 2 Appearances|
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|Series 3 Appearances|
|Episode 3.1||Episode 3.2|| || || ||Episode 3.6|
|Series 4 Appearances|
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