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A national Native American non-profit organization, the Native American Fish & Wildlife Society, serves as a communication medium for self-determined Native American fish and wildlife managers.

We serve as a communication network between tribal, federal, and state fish and wildlife management entities.

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2018 NAFWS Southwest Region Conservation Law Officer Training, July 16-20, 2018

2018 Southwest Region Conservation Law Officer Training will be held at the Route 66 Casino Hotel. *Revised information as of 7-3-18, view the latest information here.  Things are looking good for the upcoming Tribal CO training, however we still have eight (8) slots available and we'd like to fill them. Therefore, the deadline to register has been extended to next Tuesday, July 10th. Please note that a mistake was made on the previously attached registration form in that the room rate if NOT $60, but instead it is $79.00/night. Please be aware that if officers room together, all room rates will be paid for by the NAFWS. Officers wishing to room in single rooms will be responsible to pay for their own rooms otherwise.


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Why I became an Instructor of Defensive Tactics, Arrest and Control, Use of Force

By: Conservation Officer A.Martinez

What is a Conservation Law Enforcement Officer to you? Many of us work in the back country of our reservations. Protecting the wildlife, fish and our land. Could you consider the job an ethical warrior/ protector?  It can mean many things to many people. In the field work of Law Enforcement it is our duty to protect  and serve.  Protect those against harm and evil and serve with integrity, honor and humility. How will my decisions effect others?

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