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KDWP announces new area game warden PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 18 January 2011 12:38


• L&T staff report
The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks has announced Jeff Cakin was named the Natural Resource Officer I for Haskell, Meade and Seward Counties. Cakin assumed his duties Nov. 28, 2010, according to KDWP.
Cakin graduated with a B.S. in fisheries biology from Kansas State University in 2005. Following college, he became a police officer for the Leavenworth Police Department and was promoted to Special Investigations Unit. 
While at the Leavenworth PD, Cakin was also a field training officer and part of the SWAT team. 
Working part time as a park ranger in Clinton Lake State Park helped him become even more familiar with Kansas’ fisheries and wildlife laws. 
Cakin’s job as a game warden is to enforce the state’s laws as well as to protect the public’s rights, teach hunter safety courses and answer anyone’s wildlife questions. 
Please feel free to contact officer Cakin with any questions or concerns at (620) 873-5163.


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