Kentucky Looking to Hire Conservation Officers
By The Associated Press
FRANKFORT - Kentucky's Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is seeking to fill dozens of conservation officer positions.

State officials say in a release that positions are available in 37 counties. The notice went out in December, but the deadline to send in an application for many of the jobs is Jan. 9.

Preferred applicants would be candidates with peace officer professional standards training and two years of law enforcement experience.

Selected applicants will undergo 12 weeks of training in the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Academy before being placed with a field-training officer for 16 weeks of hands-on training.

To apply, go online to and click "Find a Job." Applicants must be 21 years old and possess a valid driver's license.

Published 07:30 PM, Sunday Jan. 06, 2019
Updated 09:00 PM, Sunday Jan. 06, 2019

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