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Wildlife Enforcement Officer Completes FBI Training

Apr 4

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4/4/2012 8:47 AM  RssIcon

Lt. Matt Long, a wildlife officer with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, recently completed FBI National Academy training in law enforcement techniques. He is stationed in Columbus County.

The FBI National Academy at Quantico, Va., is considered to be the premier law enforcement learning and research center worldwide.  Lt. Long spent 10 weeks there, training in forensics, computer crimes, leadership, interpersonal communications, physical fitness and managing death investigations,.

“It was an incredible learning experience,” Lt. Long said. “There were 257 students from 48 states and 28 countries. There is no place in the world to assemble that amount of experience in law enforcement.”

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Re: Wildlife Enforcement Officer Completes FBI Training

Congratulations Lt. Long! Thanks for representing North Carolina so well at such a prestigious institution. Makes me proud to have once worked for the Enforcement Division, N. C. Wildlife Commission.

By John Kennedy on   4/7/2012 3:57 PM

Re: Wildlife Enforcement Officer Completes FBI Training

Hi there! Training is a better way to a successful wildlife hunting.

By training on   11/24/2012 1:26 AM

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