Cave Run Kids Fishing Derby - Saturday June 6, 2015

posted May 27, 2015, 10:04 PM by Chuck Robertson


Fallen Officers Memorial KY Afield Radio Program

posted Aug 28, 2013, 7:44 PM by Chuck Robertson   [ updated Aug 28, 2013, 7:45 PM ]


Fallen Officers Memorial Shoot

posted Jul 26, 2013, 7:41 AM by Chuck Robertson   [ updated Jul 26, 2013, 7:41 AM ]


Just Buy Some Glasses

posted Mar 13, 2013, 6:56 AM by Chuck Robertson   [ updated Mar 13, 2013, 12:43 PM ]

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. About 30 minutes later, I meet the caller at his vehicle to walk out to the bait. 
The ladder stand was properly tagged with the owner’s information and the bait pile was located 10 yds. to the east. There was only a small remnant pile of corn left.  The deer had eaten most of it. 
After documenting the bait, I told the hunter that I would work the site the next couple of days to see if anyone hunted over it. 
The next day just after sunrise, I parked in the back lot of Veterans WMA and walked back to the bait site. Sure enough there was a hunter in the ladder stand with a fresh pile of corn in the same spot. After a brief conversation, he admitted to putting out the corn a few days ago and to sweetening it up this morning. 
When asked why, he stated he was having vision problems and was trying to get the deer as close as possible in order to see good enough to shoot. In Scott District court, he pled guilty to placement of bait on WMA and illegal pursuit of deer, paying a total of $293.00.

Calendar UPDATED!!!

posted Feb 22, 2013, 2:27 PM by Official Kcoa

Our Calendar is now updated through Spring!

Rabbit and Quail Season Ends

posted Feb 7, 2013, 7:20 AM by Chuck Robertson

The KCOA would like to remind everyone that the last day of EASTERN ZONE rabbit & quail season ends today, 31 Jan 2013. WESTERN ZONE continues to 10 Feb, 2013. We hope everyone has had a safe and enjoyable hunting season.

Donate to the Fallen Officer's Memorial Fund Now

posted Jan 20, 2012, 9:12 PM by Chuck Robertson   [ updated Feb 7, 2013, 8:29 AM by Official Kcoa ]


Donations can now be accepted for the Fallen Officer's Memorial Fund!

Click on the Donate button below:




For more information click here.

Fallen Officers Memorial Model

posted Sep 19, 2011, 7:40 PM by Chuck Robertson


Fallen Officers Memorial

posted Sep 17, 2011, 6:55 PM by Chuck Robertson   [ updated Sep 19, 2011, 7:50 PM ]

A fund will be raised in honor of our fallen officers. Details will be available soon and an account will be set up to accept credit cards or debit online. You will also be able to send checks or money orders to an address to be posted. Please donate to a good cause that recognizes the courage , dedication and valor that these officers demonstrated in their communities. We greatly appreciate your support.
 

Boating Officer of the Year

posted Jul 13, 2011, 10:21 PM by Chuck Robertson



FRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky Conservation Officer Jerrod Alley of Monticello has been selected as the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators’ Southern Region Boating Officer of the Year.

Alley, a six-year veteran of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, was selected by the Southern States Boating Law Administrators Association. Alley’s jurisdiction includes Lake Cumberland.

“Officer Alley is a role model who exemplifies service to the public,” said Maj. Paul Teague, acting law enforcement division director for Kentucky Fish and Wildlife. “He helps keep Kentucky’s waterways safer.”

Alley has participated in or organized various boating safety events in his community; personally responded to 14 boater-assist requests including missing boater calls; participated in the strengthening of partnerships in his area and cited 106 violations under the boating safety grant.

Most notably, Alley has been key in responding to several life-threatening calls. These include rescuing two people from the water after responding to an overturned vessel call, as well as rescuing five people from the shoreline and water after that vessel had sunk. On a separate occasion, he rescued two adults and two children from a sinking vessel after responding to a stranded vessel call.   

The Boating Officer of the Year Award symbolizes the highest level of achievement among boating law enforcement officers in the United States, according to National Association of State Boating Law Administrators. The selection process for this award began in March, with each state’s boating law administrator soliciting nominations for the state-level boating law enforcement officer of the year. Each officer selected received consideration for a regional title. Three regional winners are considered for national officer of the year.

The national officer of the year will be named Sept. 12, during the group’s annual conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. For more information on the Boating Officer of the Year Award, please visit http://www.nasbla.org.





Officer Jeremy McQueary        Officer Brian Gibson

Kentucky Conservation Officers Bravery Award Recipients

Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Jon Gassett and Acting Director of Law Enforcement Division Major Paul Teague presented the Kentucky Conservation Officers Bravery Award to officers  Jeremy McQueary and Brian Gibson December2, at the Salato WildlifeEducation Center.

The Kentucky Conservation Officers Bravery Award may be bestowed on officers of this agency who perform extraordinary acts of bravery in the line of duty by the commissioner and director of law enforcement after determination by an awards board that:

• The officer acted voluntarily, without regard for personal risk of life or limb.

• Said action was undertaken at a moment of clear and obvious peril.

• Said action was clearly above and beyond the call or risk of ordinary duty.

• Said action was performed during great mental and physical strain and anguish.

 

On May 2 this year, McQueary and Gibson navigated the dangerous and raging flood waters of the Upper East Fork of Little Barren River and completed a four hour- long rescue of an elderly woman after flood waters came into her home and threatened her life.


 
The KCOA would like to congratulate the following KY Conservation Officers for their state Officer of the Year selections:




Sgt Rick Mehlbauer
2010 KY Officer of the Year



Officer Jarad Northern
2010 KY Shikar Safari Officer of the Year



Officer Jerrod Alley
2010 KY Boating Officer of the Year



Congratulations to each of the district nominees and thank you for your hard work and dedication to duty!
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Huge Marijuana Bust



 

 



 

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