18 New Fwc Officers Ready To Protect State’s People, Natural Resources
At a ceremony at the Florida Public Safety Institute near Tallahassee, the members of FWC’s 19th officer class pledged their efforts to patrol Florida’s lands and waters, protect its people and preserve its resources.
“Each year, more than 7 million residents and visitors participate in resource-related outdoor activities in Florida and they contribute over 30 billion dollars into the economy,” said FWC Executive Director Nick Wiley. “We want these people to be able to enjoy Florida’s beautiful natural resources safely and for years to come.”
Making sure that is possible is just what these new officers will do.
New Jersey Man Jailed On Multiple Criminal And Game Charges
Multiple Indictments Returned in State Game Warden Hostage Case
All the indictments stem from an Oct. 6 incident in which Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Game Warden Shane Bailey was disarmed and detained by two armed men while the officer was making a routine check for hunting law violations on private property in Upshur County.
Broken Bow Man Convicted of Game Violations
Crawford County Black Bear Killing Results In Penalties
Parker was taken into custody by Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officer (WCO) Darin Clark and WCO Cadet Michael Papinchak after the bear was discovered in a pickup truck belonging to Donald William Brown III, 21, of Wattsburg, Erie County.
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