New Mexico Game & Fish: Conservation Officers Graduate From Law Enforcement Academy

first_imgNMG&F News:SANTA FE ― Three New Mexico Department of Game & Fish conservation officers graduated June 14 from the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy in Farmington.The department’s graduates of the 20-week law enforcement training academy:Kayla Brauer;Travis Bessett; andMontana Tidwell.Notably, Brauer earned the title of class valedictorian and the exemplary performance award in a class of 30.In addition to attending the law enforcement academy, conservation officers undergo four weeks of departmental training in wildlife laws and department policies and procedures. They also undergo a year of on-the-job training under the supervision of a field training officer before being assigned to a district.For more information about a career as a conservation officer with the Department of Game & Fish, visit the department website. New Mexico Department of Game & Fish conservation officer graduates Kayla Brauer, Travis Bessett and Montana Tidwell. Courtesy/NMG&Flast_img read more

Liverpool and Man United sweating as European giants hold talks with starlet

first_img Martin Odegaard Liverpool and Manchester United target Martin Odegaard is set to hold talks with Ajax and Bayern Munich as he looks to resolve his future.The 15-year-old playmaker is currently on the books of Norwegian side Stromsgodset, but as he has not signed a professional contract he is free to talk to other clubs.Liverpool and Manchester United have both invited Odegaard for trials, while Champions League holders Real Madrid are also interested.However, the Norway international now looks as though he will have an even tougher decision to make after Ajax and Bayern Munich contacted him.talkSPORT told you last week that Bayern were eager to bring in Odegaard, who at just 15 has already played three time for Norway’s national side.According to Tuttomercatoweb, Odegaard will travel to Amsterdam before flying to Germany for a tour and trials at Bayern. 1last_img read more