Colonel Kevin Jordan: (603) 271-3128
Sergeant Kevin Bronson: (603) 352-4022
November 22, 2019

CONCORD, NH – Kevin Bronson of Croydon, NH, has been promoted to Sergeant in the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s Law Enforcement Division. Bronson will be based at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s regional office in Keene, NH, and will supervise a unit of Conservation Officers patrolling southwestern New Hampshire, including Mount Monadnock, one of the most frequently hiked mountains in New England.

“Sergeant Bronson is always ready to step up to a good challenge whenever the need arises, in or outside of his district. He has always demonstrated a high level of energy and a teamwork-driven approach to accomplishing anything,” said Fish and Game Law Enforcement Division Chief Colonel Kevin Jordan.

Bronson has been a Conservation Officer with the Department since 2012, and has developed seven years of diverse work experience throughout the Granite State. After successful completion of his trainee year, Bronson was assigned to the District 6 Office where he focused on the enforcement of complex state and federal laws regulating commercial fishing industries in addition to all other wildlife management enforcement duties. In 2014, Bronson then transferred to the 34 patrol area of District 3.

Sergeant Bronson is a member of Fish and Game Law Enforcement’s Advanced Search and Rescue Team, a member of the NH Fish and Game Underwater Sonar and Dive Camera Team, a Field Training Officer, and a Defensive Tactics Instructor.

In 2016, Sergeant Bronson received both the Fish and Game Officer of the Year Award from the New Hampshire State Grange as well as the Executive Director’s Meritorious Service Award for performing above and beyond the call of duty. In 2018 Bronson then was commended as the Northeast Chiefs Officer of the Year. In 2019 Bronson was honored with the Congressional Law Enforcement Award for Dedication and Professionalism, recognizing his efforts in saving the life of a lost waterfowl hunter.