On April 27, the Maine Warden Service graduated ten new game wardens at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy, in Vassalboro. The new wardens completed an extensive 12-week advanced academy specificially for Maine’s game wardens. Critical aspects of game warden work to include search and rescue, recreational vehicle crash investigation, snowmobiling, water survival, physical fitness, Ju-Jitsu, public relations and bureau policies and procedures are among the many topics of training covered.Front row, from left to right, Nick Raymond, of Winslow; Megan Miller, from Pittsfield; Lauren Roddy, of Belgrade; and Kayle Hamilton, of Buxton. Back, Kale Oleary, of Fort Kent; Harry Wiegman, of Leeds; Taylor Valente, of Gray-New Gloucester; Camden Akins, of Winslow: Kyle Franklin, of Durham; and John Carter, of Orrington.
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