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Welcome to 2017 Conservation Warden Class!

Warden Wire Section: Wardens in Action published on February 2, 2017

By: Joanne M. Haas/WDNR Bureau of Law Enforcement

They applied, interviewed, completed the physical fitness assessments and here they are: the 15 members of our new warden class.

As you read their brief background summaries, you'll see the 2017 Conservation Warden Class of the Wis. Department of Natural Resources Bureau of Law Enforcement comes with varying backgrounds in life, work, education and community service experiences.

That means they all are in slightly different places in the warden training program. Some are in the Law Enforcement Academy at Fort McCoy and three already have moved into the field-training program.

While all this training is going on, planning is underway for the class graduation ceremony scheduled for May 26. Join us in welcoming the new class!

Roger Arnould

Roger Arnould

Roger Arnould

Alex Brooks

Alex Brooks

Alex Brooks

Curt Butler

Curt Butler

Curt Butler

Jake Cross

Jake Cross

Jake Cross

Nick King

Nick King

Nick King

Josh Litvinoff

Josh Litvinoff

Josh Litvinoff

Richard Maki

Richard Maki

Richard Maki

Peter McCormick

Peter McCormick

Peter McCormick

Jamie McDermid

Jamie McDermid

Jamie McDermid

Taylor Meinholz

Taylor Meinholz

Taylor Meinholz

Jordan Resop

Jordan Resop

Jordan Resop

Steve Swiertz

Steve Swiertz

Steve Swiertz

Brad Wilson

Brad Wilson

Brad Wilson

Deputy Wardens

Stacia Macy

Stacia Macy

Stacia Macy

Ryan Strzok

Ryan Strzok

Ryan Strzok

To learn more about becoming a warden, visit:

http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wardenrecruitment/NewRecruitSite/light-wave/template/Home.html

If you have information regarding natural resource violations, you may confidentially report by calling or texting: VIOLATION HOTLINE: 1-800-TIP-WDNR or 1-800-847-9367. The hotline is in operation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Trained staff relay report information to conservation wardens.

Last Revised: Thursday, February 02, 2017

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