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NAPE President - Safety compromised with Wildlife jobs transfer

carol furlong.jpgCarol Furlong A decision to remove sidearms from conservation officers is raising safety concerns with their union. NAPE says it’s just learned that officers working in the forestry division will lose their guns, while inland fish and wildlife enforcement officers will keep theirs. This is following a story we brough you yesterday, about government moving wildlife enforcement away from forestry and the Department of Natural Resources….. to the Department of Justice. NAPE president, Carol Furlong says the move could put the lives of conservation officers at risk. She speaks with Here and Now’s Chris O’Neill Yates

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