EAST LANSING (AP) — Michigan State University and the state Department of Natural Resources have announced an online program to help conservation officers develop and sharpen their crime-fighting skills.
The state agency said Monday that its employees will take classes remotely from the university’s School of Criminal Justice.READ MORE: Detroit To Host Special Olympics Unified Cup In 2022
The agency says the online modules “will allow conservation officers across Michigan to access the training and complete it at a time that is convenient for them.”READ MORE: Advocates Push For Vaccine Accessibility For Disabled Residents
It says the modules are between 20 minutes and an hour long and include worksheets and quizzes.
The first module is called “Time of Death Estimation by Temperature Study of White-Tailed Deer.” It’s part of an effort to help conservation officers investigate poaching.MORE NEWS: Spectrum Health To Require Employee COVID-19 Vaccinations
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