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CO Phil George
02-10-2018, 05:21 PM
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CO Phil George
In tonight's newspaper.

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Conservation Officer Phil George has been named the 2018 DNR Conservation Officer of the Year, an annual award given to an officer who's recognized as a leader among natural resource enforcement peers.

Enforcement Division Director Rodmen Smith presented the award to George in January at the division's annual awards ceremony and training at Camp Ripley.

George, who has been a conservation officer since 2006, patrols the Rochester area and is one of the Enforcement Division's acting regional training officers. He's also a use of force instructor. The award is based upon overall career performance with an emphasis on the officer's most recent job evaluation period.


"Officer George is heavily involved in educational efforts throughout his area, emphasizing it – along with enforcement and outreach – to gain voluntary compliance among users of the outdoors," Smith said. "He's a go-to officer in his district and has a no-quit attitude. His hard work and dedication are apparent when you talk with people who work with Officer George."

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02-13-2018, 07:38 PM
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Congrats and Well deserved. Phil is who got me into teaching hunter safety. Good deal!
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