Welcome To the Conservation Officer's Of Pennsylvania - COPA Website
In early 1994, Pennsylvania's Wildlife and Waterways Conservation Officers formed and incorporated the Conservation Officers of Pennsylvania Association (COPA). COPA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-deductible organization under the Internal Revenue Code. COPA is also registered with the Pennsylvania's Bureau of Charitable Organizations.
Pennsylvania Game Commission Deputy Wildlife Conservation Officers John “Bruce” Ellis and Terry L. McClelland received the North American Wildlife Enforcement Officer's Association (NAWEOA) Outstanding Service Award.
The Outstanding Service Award is given for outstanding achievement or service in the field of Wildlife Law Enforcement.
Deputy Wildlife Conservation Officer John “Bruce” Ellis has bee named as the 2013 Deputy of the Year for the Pennsylvania Game Commission Northwest Region.
For more than four decades Deputy Ellis has been serving the sportsmen and wildlife of Mercer County District 1-43-2 and surrounding Counties. Deputy Ellis was commissioned in 1971 and is currently in his forty second year of service.
Next time you visit the Forest Resources Building, please take a moment to visit the plaque honoring WCO David L. Grove and the passion and dedication he brought to his work as a wildlife conservation officer. The plaque now hangs in the building atrium.
DALLAS –A Monroeton man was remanded to the Bradford County Correctional Facility after being charged with assaulting a Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officer, the agency’s Northeast Region Office announced today.