The Outdoor Wire
Oklahoma game warden Lt. Todd Tobey recently completed the National Conservation Law Enforcement Leadership Academy (NCLELA). The prestigious program brings together conservation law enforcement leaders from across the country for three weeks of intensive training.
The academy, conducted by the National Association of Conservation Law Enforcement Chiefs, prepares conservation law enforcement professionals to effectively adapt to a rapidly changing world. Held at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, W.Va., the academy provides the practical skills and knowledge needed by those in conservation law enforcement leadership roles in state and federal agencies.
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