Col. Kevin Jordan, NH Fish and Game: (603) 271-3361
Jay Martin, NH Fish and Game: (603) 271-3211
October 1, 2018

CONCORD, NH – New Hampshire Fish and Game Conservation Officer Geoffrey Pushee has been promoted to fill the vacant District Five Sergeant position for the Law Enforcement Division. Sergeant Pushee will be responsible for serving as the Assistant District Chief within District Five and handling the added duties and responsibilities of a Sergeant while still covering a patrol area encompassing several towns. District Five covers part of Merrimack, Rockingham, Hillsborough, and Strafford Counties.

Sergeant Pushee began his career with New Hampshire Fish and Game in November of 2008. After completing his trainee year, he was assigned to District Five, where he has spent his entire career. During his years with Fish and Game, Sergeant Pushee has taken on extra duties such as: Field Training Officer, assisting with the training of new officers within the Division; Firearms Instructor for handgun, shotgun, and patrol rifle; Advanced Search and Rescue Team member; Defensive Tactics Instructor; and certified Tree Stand Accident Investigator and Reconstruction Expert.

“Sergeant Pushee has a commendable record and a very good way with people,” said Colonel Kevin Jordan. “I have never had any complaints about him or his work and he goes above and beyond every day, including working to encourage young people to pursue a career within the field of Wildlife Conservation and Law Enforcement. He has all the qualities we look for in a leader.”

Sergeant Pushee was selected as the New Hampshire State Chapter Wildlife Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by the National Wild Turkey Federation. He has received numerous letters and commendations for his efforts in training and providing job shadowing for Conservation Officer Candidates and for his work in search and rescue missions. Congratulations Sergeant!

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