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Officer of the Month 

Last Updated: 09/13/2013

September 2013

 

Officer Adan Jacquez on Ibex hunt patrol in Florida Mountains

Officer Adan Jacquez on Ibex hunt patrol in Florida Mountains

Officer Adan Jacquez relocating a tranquilized bear after it was seen roaming the streets of Silver City
Officer Adan Jacquez relocating a tranquilized bear after it was seen roaming the streets of Silver City
Officer Adan Jacquez showing Stout students a bear which was caught near Pinos Altos
Officer Adan Jacquez showing Stout students a bear which was caught near Pinos Altos

Name:

Adan Jacquez

 

Duty Station:

Silver City District Officer

 

Special Area of Responsibility/Game Mgmt Units:

GMU’s 23, 24 and 16B

 

Education:

Bachelor of Science in Forestry Wildlife Law Enforcement from Western New Mexico University

 

Length of Service:

2 years

 

Specialty or Interest:

Ensuring the public is in compliance with the laws and regulations

Current Projects/Assignments:

Posting all Fort Bayard Management boundaries and gaining voluntary compliance from the public

 

Best Thing About the Job:

Not knowing what your day will consist of.

 

Most Common Question People Have:

How do you like your job?

 

Answer:

It’s good!  You never know what you’re going to be dealing with.

 

Contact Information:

Call 575-956-5500 or email Adan.Jacquez@state.nm.us

 

Other Info:

 

 

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