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NRP Hold First Joint Workshop For Volunteers
HANCOCK – Saturday, Aug. 13, Natural Resources Police and Maryland Park Service personnel held a first of its kind collaborative training workshop for law enforcement Rangers and the NRP officers. The workshop, held at the Woodmont Rod and Gun Club in Washington County, covered an overview of the Volunteer Ranger and Reserve Officer programs, crime prevention, tourism and liability issues for volunteers,. The two enforcement agencies merged in January 2005. Picture available of attendees available by calling Cpl. Ken Turner.
Press contact: Cpl. Ken Turner, 410-260-8003, 443-534-5598 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Group photo of Partnership in Volunteerism Workshop attendees held at Woodmont Rod and Gun Club.
Left to right staring with front row.
Row One – Sharon Miller, Vickie Shaffer, Angie Hummer, Patty Mash, Sam Barnhart Jr., Dave Street
Row Two – John Cobb, Linda Rinker, Joe Linton, Phil Forrest, Karen Reckner
Row Three – Dennis Tipton, Lester Engel, Steve McCoy, Bryan Walkup, Robin Marshall, Mark Marshall
Row Four – Janett Harris, Joe Gill, Chris Anderson, Bruce Lohr, Chuck Woolsey, Dennis Hamil, Jerry France
August 15, 2005
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