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Law Enforcement Dispatch Center:
- 1-844-DEC-ECOs (1-844-332-3267)
Environmental Conservation Officers enforce New York's Environmental Conservation Laws, including those relating to environmental quality, hunting, fishing and trapping and protection of natural resources.
Nassau and Suffolk Counties
Acting Captain Thomas Gadomski
SUNY at Stony Brook 50 Circle Road
Stony Brook, NY 11790-3409
Phone: (631) 444-0250, Fax: (631) 444-0251
|Lt. Matthew Blaising||(631) 444-0250|
|Lt. Frank Carbone||(631) 444-0250|
|Lt. Thomas Gadomski||(631) 444-0250|
|Lt. Sean Reilly||(631) 444-0250|
|Lt. Kevin Cummings||(631) 444-0250|
|ECI Jeremy Eastwood||(631) 444-0250|
|ECI Michael Unger||(631) 444-0250|
|ECO Stephanie Anderson||(929) 505-1174|
|ECO Lawrence Pabes||(929) 505-6884|
|ECO April Small||(929) 505-6894|
|ECO Zach Kachanowski||(315) 748-8041|
|ECO Garrett Cacciola||(929) 505-6587|
|ECO Emma Carpenter||(516) 260-3240|
|ECO Christopher Derose||(631) 601-5284|
|ECO Brendan Dickson||(646) 634-9219|
|ECO Nicholas Perkins||(929) 505-6890|
|ECO Aric Boyes||(929) 505-2244|
|ECO Jacob Clark||(929) 505-6864|
|ECO Brian Farrish||(516) 351-8601|
|ECO Robert McCabe||(631) 494-5229|
|ECO Christopher Amato||(631) 372-2642|
|ECO Taylor Della Rocco||(347) 308-4589|
|ECO Kaitlin Grady||(631) 744-2507|
|ECO Robert Kaufherr||(718) 683-7486|
|ECO Connor Paschke||(929) 505-6889|
|ECO Ike Bobseine||(631) 461-6061|
|ECO Christopher Macropoulos||(347) 287-5217|
|ECO Landon Simmons||(631) 205-0470|
Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island
Acting Captain Sara Komonchak
1 Hunters Point Plaza
47-40 21st Street
Long Island City, NY 11101-5401
Phone: (718) 482-4885, Fax: (718) 482-4984
|Lt. Eric Dowling||(718) 482-4885|
|Lt. Doreen Lum||(718) 482-4885|
|Lt. Eric Dowling||(845) 784-6045|
|Lt. Sara Komonchak||(718) 482-4885|
|ECI Joshua Harvey||(718) 482-4885|
|ECO Connor Dodge||(718) 751-5701|
|ECO Shawn Michalet||(929) 505-6878|
|ECO Brent McCarthy||(929) 505-6877|
|ECO Darren Milliron||(929) 505-6879|
|ECO Brennan Parmelee||(929) 505-6888|
|ECO Christine Brussell||(929) 505-4747|
|A/Lt. Waldemar Auguscinski||(646) 630-1534|
|ECO Paul Pansini||(929) 505-6886|
|ECO Joshua Veloski||(929) 505-6896|
|ECO Shane Currey||(929) 505-6868|
Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan,
Ulster, and Westchester counties
Captain Martin Townley
21 South Putt Corners Road
New Paltz, NY 12561-1696
Phone: (845) 256-3013
Fax: (845) 255-9249
|Lt. Michael Bello||(845) 256-3013|
|Lt. Michael Buckley||(845) 256-3013|
|Lt. Christopher Lattimer||(845) 256-3013|
|Lt. Dustin Dainack||(845) 256-3013|
|Lt. Nicholas Desotelle||(845) 256-3013|
|ECI Jeffrey Conway||(845) 256-3013|
|ECI Jeannette Bastedo|
|ECO Adam Johnson||(845) 587-6397|
|ECO Jonathon Walraven||(845) 281-3408|
|ECO Ricky Wood||(845) 665-5637|
|ECO Glen Parker||(929) 505-6887|
|ECO Christopher Doroski||(929) 505-6869|
|ECO William Chomicki||(845) 490-0875|
|ECO Mary Grose||(607) 244-4561|
|ECO Deo Read III||(845) 240-6758|
|ECO Charles Eyler III||(845) 490-9868|
|ECO Kevin Wamsley||(914) 263-7819|
|ECO Joshua Schneider||(929) 505-6891|
|ECO Dylan Schuck||(929) 505-6892|
|ECO Heather Carl||(929) 505-6863|
|ECO Erik Lovgren||(929) 505-6875|
|ECO Craig Tompkins||(845) 216-4628|
|ECO Chloe Swansen||(914) 260-6020|
|ECO Daniel Franz||(929) 505-6873|
|ECO Matthew Thibodeau||(347) 408-8724|
|ECO John Helmeyer||(845) 256-3013|
Albany, Columbia, Delaware, Greene, Montgomery,
Otsego, Rensselaer, Schenectady, and Schoharie counties
Captain Tom Caifa
1130 North Westcott Road
Schenectady, NY 12306-2014
Phone: (518) 357-2047, Fax: (518) 357-2291
|Lt. Jason DeAngelis||(518) 357-2047|
|Lt. Anthony Glorioso||(518) 357-2047|
|Lt. Walter Maloney||(518) 357-2047|
|Lt. Michael Terrell||(518) 357-2047|
|Lt. Matt Nichols||(518) 357-2047|
|ECI Kimberly Robles||(518) 357-2047|
|ECI Joshua Sulkey||(518) 357-2047|
|ECI George Wilber II||(518) 357-2047|
|ECO Timmy Card||(607) 267-9547|
|ECO Russell Fetterman||(607) 422-8342|
|ECO Mark Vencak||(607) 221-1544|
|ECO Kurt Bush||(518) 813-6805|
|ECO Christopher Valenty||(518) 505-4104|
|ECO Brian Willson||(518) 491-2273|
|ECO Justanna Bohling||(518) 443-9156|
|ECO Melissa Burgess||(518) 603-2446|
|ECO Kyle Bevis||(518) 626-1541|
|ECO Michael Hameline||(518) 339-7403|
|ECO Kurt Swan||(518) 869-5237|
|ECO Brian Canzeri||(518) 270-5035|
|ECO Zachary Crain||(518)-424-5343|
|ECO Nathan Doig||(607) 267-5452|
|ECO Dustin Osborne||(607) 206-0711|
|ECO Vernon Bauer||(845) 346-6607|
|ECO Jared Woodin||(607) 437-6259|
|ECO Lucas Palmateer||(518) 478-1698|
|ECO Jason Smith||(518) 703-3529|
|ECO Jeffrey Cox||(518) 794-8935|
|ECO Jason Curinga||(518) 925-5549|
Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Saratoga,
Warren, and Washington counties
Captain Daniel Darrah
P.O. Box 296
Ray Brook, NY 12977-0296
Phone: (518) 897-1326
Fax: (518) 897-1331
|Lt. Matthew Clemens||(518) 897-1326|
|Lt. Robert Higgins||(518) 897-1326|
|Ly. Geoffrey Younglove||(518) 897-1326|
|Lt. Kenneth Bruno||(518) 897-1326|
|ECI Anthony Panipinto||(518) 897-1326|
|ECI Michael C. Phelps||(518) 897-1326|
|ECO Jeremy Fadden||(518) 912-4579|
|ECO Matthew LaCroix||(518) 335-5422|
|ECO Christopher Lagree||(518) 319-7706|
|ECO Jennifer Okonuk||(518) 319-0064|
|ECO Kevin Riggs||(518) 335-3558|
|ECO Nathan Favreau||(518) 354-9833|
|ECO Jared Newell||(518) 257-9690|
|ECO Scott Pierce||(518) 866-4723|
|ECO Alan Brassard||(518) 409-6299|
|ECO Louis Gerrain||(518) 925-5560|
|ECO George Lapoint||(518) 793-3767|
|ECO Bradley Buffa||(518) 354-0539|
|ECO Jeffrey Hovey||(518) 354-9014|
|ECO Sean Dewey||(518) 943-2104|
|ECO Maxwell Nicols||(518) 338-2908|
|ECO Jason Hilliard||(518) 774-4517|
|ECO Shane Manns||(518) 708-1168|
|ECO Paul Pasciak||(518) 448-3103|
|ECO Jordan Doroski||(518) 788-8544|
|ECO Mark Klein||(518) 892-9402|
|ECO Wes Leubner||(518) 729-8313|
|ECO Steven Shaw||(518) 860-8675|
|ECO Stephen Gonyeau||(518) 567-2104|
|ECO Marcia Goodrich||(518) 222-4620|
|ECO Matthew Krug||(518) 417-9954|
Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida, and St. Lawrence counties
Captain Harold Barber
317 Washington Street
Watertown, NY 13601-3787
Phone: (315) 785-2231, Fax: (315) 785-2532
|Lt. Troy Basford||(315) 785-2231|
|Lt. Steven Bartoszewski||(315) 785-2231|
|Lt. John Murphy||(315) 785-2231|
|Lt. Aaron Markey||(315) 785-2231|
|Lt. Francis D'Angelo||(315) 785-2231|
|ECI Mark Malone||(315) 785-2231|
|ECI Gregory Maneeley||(315) 785-2231|
|ECO Ian Helmer||(315) 559-8503|
|ECO Jonathan Ryan||(315) 322-5106|
|ECO Scott Atwood||(315) 262-2304|
|ECO Joseph Munn||(315) 842-2854|
|ECO Bret Canary||(315) 489-3180|
|ECO Joel Schneller||(315) 566-9258|
|ECO Michael Sherry||(315) 375-6684|
|ECO Peter Jackson||(315) 418-7380|
|ECO Evan McFee||(315) 640-0335|
|ECO Nicholas Nicholas||(315) 466-4931|
|ECO Sean Rockefeller||(315) 830-6335|
|ECO Max Woyton||(315) 200-0813|
|ECO Joshua Jarecki||(315) 263-5987|
|ECO Shana Kraeger||(315) 767-5232|
|ECO John Gates||(315) 816-1449|
|ECO Spencer Noyes||(315) 240-8862|
|ECO Benjamin Tabor||(315) 214-9681|
|ECO Robert Howe||(315) 382-0996|
|ECO Jeff Hull||(315) 408-7179|
|ECO Steven Lakeman||(315) 734-0648|
|ECO Chrisman Starczek||(315) 489-4224|
|ECO Darryl Lucas||(315) 823-4071|
|ECO Katie Jakaub||(315) 269-7443|
|ECO Timothy Worden||(315) 778-9279|
Broome, Cayuga, Chenango, Cortland, Madison,
Onondaga, Oswego, Tioga, and Tompkins counties
Captain James Boylan
615 Erie Boulevard West
Syracuse, NY 13204-2400
Phone: (315) 426-7431, Fax: (315) 426-7417
|Lt. Mark Colesante||(315) 426-7431|
|Lt. William Burnell||(315) 426-7431|
|Lt. David McShane||(315) 426-7431|
|Lt. Neil Stevens||(315) 426-7431|
|ECI Scott Angotti||(315) 426-7431|
|ECI Matt Harger||(315) 426-7431|
|ECI Robert Johnson||(315) 426-7431|
|ECO Matthew Dorrett||(315) 625-4129|
|ECO Ryan Grogan||(516) 243-4658|
|ECO Michael Wozniak||(315) 418-6791|
|ECO Zachariah Brown||(315) 200-2111|
|ECO Aaron Bonilla||(315) 382-3365|
|ECO Zachary Prentice||(315) 404-6185|
|ECO Scott Sincebaugh||(315) 253-8534|
|ECO Donald Damrath||(315) 445-2061|
|ECO Paul Sherman||(315) 484-9678|
|ECO Scott Yacavone||(315) 487-4401|
|ECO David Thomas||(315) 236-0307|
|ECO Matthew Foster||(315) 405-6576|
|ECO Ricardo Grisolini||(607) 316-2574|
|ECO Osman Eisenberg||(607) 564-9458|
|ECO Jeffrey Krueger||(607) 227-9584|
|ECO Matthew Burdick||(315) 251-0125|
|ECO Andrew Kostuk||(315) 741-2205|
|ECO Brett Armstrong||(607) 895-6515|
|ECO Ryan Wing||(607) 242-9156|
|ECO Daniel Plows||(607) 221-6077|
|ECO Andrew McCormick||(607) 621-3464|
|ECO Anthony Rigoli||(607) 766-1375|
|ECO Eric Templeton||(607) 621-3255|
|ECO Brent Wilson||(607) 972-4435|
|ECO Stanley Winnick||(607) 245-9751|
Chemung, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario,
Orleans, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne, and Yates counties
Captain William Powell
6274 East Avon-Lima Road
Avon, NY 14414-9519
Phone: (585) 226-6706; Fax: (585) 266-8533
|Lt. Bruce Hummel||(585) 226-6706|
|Lt. Matthew Lochner||(585) 226-6706|
|Lt. Timothy Fay||(585) 226-6706|
|Lt. Christopher Didion||(585) 226-6706|
|ECI Brian Wade||(585) 226-6706|
|ECI Mark Wojtkowiak||(585) 226-6706|
|ECO Fay Fuerch||(585) 245-4975|
|ECO Evan Laczi||(585) 208-3571|
|ECO Vernon Fonda||(585) 735-6963|
|ECO Nathan Godson||(585) 441-4015|
|ECO Shane Dobies||(585) 329-8377|
|ECO Jacob Jankowski||(585) 269-9338|
|ECO Jeffrey Johnston||(585) 397-2746|
|ECO John Lutz||(585) 303-1506|
|ECO Adam Muchow||(585) 329-9381|
|ECO Eoin Snowdon||(585) 683-6758|
|ECO Kevin Thomas||(315) 359-1122|
|ECO Shawn Dussault||(585) 362-0395|
|ECO Richard Rauscher||(585) 300-7715|
|ECO Chris Ward||(585) 303-0098|
|ECO Paul Blanton||(585) 694-4077|
|ECO Timothy Brown||(607) 227-8538|
|ECO Keith Levanway||(585) 369-8116|
|ECO Anthony Drahms||(315) 209-9399|
|ECO John Rich||(585) 478-3505|
|ECO Joshua Crain||(315) 775-7168|
|ECO Ronald Gross||(315) 408-6086|
|ECO Matthew Baker||(607) 281-5435|
|ECO Steven Farrand||(607) 331-7549|
|ECO Jarrod Lomozik||(607) 329-9644|
|ECO Erik Dalecki||(607) 592-2783|
|ECO John Lifrieri||(607) 644-3815|
Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie,
Niagara, and Wyoming counties
Captain Joshua VerHague
270 Michigan Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14203-2999
Phone: (716) 851-7050, Fax: (716) 851-7053
|Lt. Liza Bobseine||(716) 851-7050|
|Lt. Nathan VerHague||(716) 851-7050|
|Lt. David DiPasquale||(716) 851-7050|
|ECI Robert Peinkofer||(716) 851-7050|
|ECI Edward Piwko||(716) 851-7050|
|ECO Kevin Holzle||(716) 454-2623|
|ECO George Scheer||(716) 377-2448|
|ECO Joshua Wolgast||(716) 243-9038|
|ECO Carlton Gill||(716) 908-5051|
|ECO Thomas Koepf||(716) 345-4252|
|ECO Timothy Machnica||(716) 262-7411|
|ECO Shea Mathis||(716) 220-6860|
|ECO A. Charles Wilson||(716) 675-1095|
|ECO James Hunt||(716) 628-3488|
|ECO Roger Ward, Jr.||(585) 919-4465|
|ECO Kevin Budniewski||(716) 401-1163|
|ECO Darci Dougherty||(716) 316-5607|
|ECO Christopher Freeman||(716) 490-3947|
|ECO Jerry Kinney||(716) 401-1187|
|ECO Nathaniel Mead||(716) 548-1482|
|ECO Robert Nosal||(716) 532-0461|
|ECO Jason Powers||(716) 771-8266|
|ECO Russell Calanni||(585) 403-2437|
|ECO Dustin Oliver||(607) 590-1135|
|ECO Michael S. Phelps||(716) 851-7050|
|ECO Jamie Powers||(716) 604-5353|
|Title||Hiring Rate||Job Rate|
|Attorney (various levels)||$61,270||$111,111|
|Environmental Conservation Police Officer Trainee 1||$53,483|
|Environmental Conservation Police Officer Trainee 1 (after 30 weeks)||$56,360|
|Environmental Conservation Police Officer Trainee 2||$59,298|
Connecticut's game wardens have a much expanded role today than their predecessors did only a decade ago. Known officially as Environmental Conservation (EnCon) Police Officers, the state's modern game wardens still carry out their traditional duties.
Of the approximately 7,000 wildlife officers working in the U.S., most—5,260—work for state-level agencies.
If you are having trouble finding a person to help you, you can contact DEC's Bureau of Public Outreach at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-402-8044.
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Salary Information for Fish and Game Wardens in New York
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average game warden in the state of New York makes a median salary of $67,730 per year.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average game warden in the state of Connecticut make a median salary of $53,790 per year.
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The BLS also recorded California, New Jersey, and Illinois pay game wardens the highest salaries, with California paying an average annual salary of $88,150 as of May 2020. Game wardens find work in state and national parks, along with lakes, forests, coastal regions, and mountains.
In most states game wardens are part of a state resources agency, with the exception of Oregon and Alaska, where they're part of the state troopers. Regardless of what they're called, all game wardens enforce wildlife law and a lot more.
Game wardens are law enforcement officers that specialize in laws relating to the outdoors and natural resources. Game wardens have jurisdiction to enforce local, state and federal laws which makes them among the highest authority officers in a state.
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Entering this into your keypad shows your display IMEI number, which is your phone's identification number, and it's unique to each smartphone.
Finding your IMEI number on your Android device
Go to the Settings app. Scroll down and select About Phone. Scroll down to find your IMEI number.
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If the police officer believes they are in a dangerous situation as they pull you over, they may touch the backend of your vehicle on the way to your window to make sure the trunk is latched. It might sound bizarre, but this tactic ensures that no one is hiding in the trunk and could pop out.
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Game warden requirements include high levels of physical fitness. The job often requires hiking through rugged terrain, whether on patrol, hunting down poachers or assisting in search and rescue operations. At times, game wardens must physically subdue suspects who choose to run or fight.
While ZipRecruiter is seeing salaries as high as $118,258 and as low as $14,568, the majority of GAME Warden salaries currently range between $21,852 (25th percentile) to $76,268 (75th percentile) with top earners (90th percentile) making $104,547 annually in Missouri.
To become a full-fledged game warden with the DEEP, trainee candidates need to have three years of experience working as a law enforcement officer with the DEEP, two of which may be substituted year-for-year with any of the following college education subjects: Natural Resource Management, Recreation Management, ...
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Game Warden Salary
Half of all fish and game wardens reported annual salaries ranging from $45,740 to $70,050, and the highest-paid 10 percent in top fish and game warden ranks earned $80,540 or more per year.
Florida Game Warden Salary
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average Game Warden in the state of Florida make a median salary between $40,000 and $60,000 per year.
The academy is approximately 30 weeks in length and includes courses in fish, wildlife and natural resource management; physical training; first aid; water rescue; boat operations; defensive tactics; use of firearms; driver training; civil defense training; homeland security; law enforcement curriculum and tactics.
Can Game Wardens Have Beards? Most game wardens are subject to strict dress codes for their jobs, and these guidelines will often cover hair color and length. In general, most places do not allow their game wardens to grow out their beards.
Game Wardens vs Park Rangers
Park Rangers have different titles such as Law Enforcement Rangers and Forest Rangers. Other titles for Game Wardens include Wildlife Officers, Wildlife Troopers, and Conservation Officers. No matter what they are called, there is a common goal.
How much does a Game Warden make in Texas? As of Aug 4, 2022, the average annual pay for a Game Warden in Texas is $52,899 a year. Just in case you need a simple salary calculator, that works out to be approximately $25.43 an hour. This is the equivalent of $1,017/week or $4,408/month.
The default rule under the Texas and U.S. constitutions is that a police officer (or game warden) needs a warrant to enter and search your house.
Like other police officers, game wardens have the power to search, seize, and arrest individuals for violating Texas laws. So, if you're flying down a road in game warden territory, you're cruising for a bruising—Texas game wardens can make traffic stops and issue speeding tickets.
Protecting wildlife and wild places is the work of conservation officers. Also called fish and game wardens, they enforce laws and regulations that support fish and animal populations. Capable of using almost every type of transportation, they patrol their assigned areas by car, boat, airplane, horse, or on foot.
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