Category: ACWO

On January 24th, 2023

DCC, CDFW and Livermore Police Seize More than $3 Million Worth of Cannabis

LIVERMORE – As the result of an investigation, on January 10, 2022, the California Department of Cannabis Control (DCC), California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), and Livermore Police Department seized more than $3 million from an unlicensed indoor cannabis cultivation operation located in a warehouse in an industrial area in the city of Livermore. […]

On January 13th, 2023

CSLEA and ACWO Meet with Cadets at CDFW Wildlife Academy

OROVILLE – On January 13, 2023, California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) Chief Counsel Kasey Clark and Association of California Wildlife Officers (ACWO) President Michael Milotz met with 49 cadets at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife Academy at Butte College to speak with them about the importance of union membership and wish them […]

On January 4th, 2023

CDFW Warden and K-9 Assist with Weapons Search in Atascadero

“CDFW wardens are often of great assistance to local law enforcement officers responding to, or investigating violent crimes. They are highly trained and often some of the closest officers to crimes in progress. Those wardens with K9 partners offer additional help in locating such things as firearms and suspects.” – CSLEA President Alan Barcelona ATASCADERO […]

On December 8th, 2022

Wildlife Trafficking Crew Charged with Poaching Crimes A CDFW investigation

“There are many reasons why the number of animals taken is limited in California and most hunters respect that. The illegal poaching of wild animals can disrupt the balance of California’s wildlife population.  These investigations can take time and certainly put CDFW wardens in harm’s way.” – CSLEA President Alan Barcelona VENTURA COUNTY – On […]

On November 21st, 2022

Mexican National Indicted for Growing Marijuana in Shasta-Trinity National Forest CDFW assisted with investigation

"The illegal growing of marijuana on public land puts public safety and our environment at risk.  We must protect our plant, fish and wild-life from toxic environments that can damage and destroy." - CSLEA President Alan Barcelona SACRAMENTO- On November 17, 2022,  a federal grand jury returned a three-count indictment against Jaime Alejandro Sanchez Robles, 33, […]

On November 4th, 2022

Settlement Reached with Chevron U.S.A. Inc. for 2021 Diesel Release into the SF Bay A California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Office of Spill Prevention and Response investigation

“CDFW professionals work to protect our environment as well as our fish and wildlife so that we may continue to enjoy all that California and its coastline has to offer.” – CSLEA President Alan Barcelona Martinez - On November 4, 2022, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, along with the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s […]

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