Officer Honors
 
The officers below were recently honored by the corresponding organizations for performance that merits  special recognition. Congratulations to these deserving officers !
 

Senior CEO Clint Tyus   

2016 Shikar Safari Club International Officer of the Year

Officer Tyus is assigned to Chilton County where he is very active in his church and  community affairs. He is quick to assist other agencies where possible and his work ethic, attitude and enthusiasm serve to motivate his peers and supervisors.

   

Senior CEO Micah Allison

2016 Alabama Chapter National Wild Turkey Federation Officer of the Year

Officer Allison is assigned to Lee County where she had a very active year of turkey hunting related arrests and warnings including numerous hunting without permission, hunting over bait and hunting in closed season cases. Her drive and excitement about the job serve her well.

   

Sergeant Wendell Fulks
2017 Alabama Candidate for the  Mississippi Flyway Council Officer of the Year
Sergeant Fulks is assigned to Limestone county where he has proven very  effective at curbing waterfowl  and dove hunting violations through enforcement and education efforts.

   

Sergeant Steve James

2016 Alabama Candidate for Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Officer of the Year

Sergeant James was assigned to Clarke county for the duration of his career although his impacts in diversity recruitment extended to all corners of Alabama and beyond. He provided critical guidance to Department recruitment efforts and served as a paradigm for officer involvement in the local community. Sadly, Sergeant James lost his battle with cancer in the Fall of 2016.
   

Senior CEO Thomas Traylor

2017 candidate for the Alabama Legislative Medal of Honor

 Officer Traylor is assigned to Randolph county where he faithfully discharges his duties. During the summer of 2016 he responded to assist a deputy who had been shot by an assailant. The actions of Traylor and others were credited for saving lives.

   

Senior CEO Greg Gilliland

2016  Officer of the Year for both the Alabama Wildlife Federation  and the Alabama Conservation Enforcement Officers Association

 Officer Gilliland is assigned to Talladega County where he is described by his officer peers as the diligent workhorse and dependable partner whose routine patrols produce big results. He is  active in conservation education efforts and well respected in the community.

 

 
 
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