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Comments:


  • I have a lot of respect for these guys!  Its truly an important job and my hats off to you all!

    dboch3716 10 months ago
  • It really is the most dangerous . Poachers know whats at stake if they get caught. Plus there are amoral dirt bags. These wardens at times are alone. My hats off to em and thanks for doing it.

    le238man 1 year ago


Recent Announcements

  • Fallen Officers Memorial KY Afield Radio Program
    Posted Aug 28, 2013, 7:45 PM by Chuck Robertson
  • Fallen Officers Memorial Shoot
    Posted Jul 26, 2013, 7:41 AM by Chuck Robertson
  • Just Buy Some Glasses By Sgt. David Marques  On November 16, 2012 I received phone call regarding a fresh corn pile just 10 yds. from a deer stand on Veterans WMA in Scott County ...
    Posted Mar 13, 2013, 12:43 PM by Chuck Robertson
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Magazine

  • Do you own a .300 Win Mag? Do you own a .300 Win Mag? By Glenn Kitchen    Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to interview or watch other officers interview people that have been accused of violating the law. Sometimes, these people will “lawyer up” or not want to talk to us.  Some of the ones that do talk, will change the story around and volunteer information to make it look better for them.     On 22 November 2013, the modern gun deer season was winding down. For the officers in the 8th Law Enforcement District, it had been a busy season. The mass crop in the woods was low, so the deer were spending a lot of time in the fields. When this happens ...
    Posted Mar 23, 2014, 4:51 PM by Chuck Robertson
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“Kentucky Game Warden Diaries” is a collection of true recollections of a variety of events that happen when a Game Warden goes on duty.

From chasing a fugitive through the trees at Lake Cumberland to answering often humorous questions from the public, this diary is full of entertaining bits that will leave you with a new perspective of this type of law enforcement. 

This paperback book contains 217 exciting pages of entertainment.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the book will go to the Kentucky Conservation Officers’ Association, a non-profit membership organization made up solely of Game Wardens. 

The Association supports many causes throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the nation, including children’s conservation camps.

To purchase our Kentucky Game Warden Diaries click here.


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