Michigan – -(Ammoland.com)- Sixteen recruits successfully completed the 22-week Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officer training academy, graduating today, June 3 2016.
Conservation officer academyCeremonies were held at the Michigan State Police training facility in Lansing, and involved the recruits’ families and academy training staff. Twenty-four recruits began the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES)-certified training Jan. 3.
The 16 new probationary conservation officers now enter 18 weeks of field training partnered with experienced conservation officers across the state.
“These new officers will fill critical vacancies for natural resources protection and general law enforcement coverage around the state,” said DNR Natural Resources Deputy Bill O’Neill, who delivered the …Read the Rest