News and Updates

State wildlife officers travel to Africa to help protect elephants

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Congratulations to our DLE members Major Scott Florence, Captain Jesse Paluch, Lt. Liza Bobseine, Lt. Karen Przyklek, and Investigator Edward Piwko, who recently returned from South Africa on a trip in which they trained about 20 wildlife officers from South Africa, as well as the neighboring countries of Swaziland and Mozambique, on forensic crime techniques that will help better track and catch poachers who are ruthless in their killing of elephants for their ivory tusks. 

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UB Police Officer Named President of State Police Union

Monday, October 29, 2018

University at Buffalo Police Lieutenant Scott Marciszewski has been elected to serve as president.

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Pressure Grows on Cuomo to Hire More Adirondack Forest Rangers

Tuesday, October 09, 2018

The fall foliage in the Adirondack Mountains is radiant right now.  That means more visitors flocking to trails and campgrounds.  There‚Äôs a growing call for the Cuomo administration to hire more forest rangers to help manage the growing number of hikers and to help keep people safe in the back country.  State officials are pushing back, arguing that there are already enough boots on the ground to get the job done.

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