Two Alumni from the U of M, Crookston Begin Work for State of North Dakota

Crookston, Minn.  - Two alumni from the University of Minnesota, Crookston were recentlyhired by the State of North Dakota. Amy Brown, '08, and Cory Detloff, '09, recently graduated from the State of North Dakota's 106th Law Enforcement Training Academy in Bismark, N.D.
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In the photo, Amy Brown is standing in the center row on the far right and Cory Detloff is seated in the front row, third from left. 

Brown, a graduate in natural resources and agricultural aviation, has assumed her duties as a game warden/pilot with the North Dakota Department of Game and Fish.  

Detloff, an agricultural education and natural resources graduate, has assumed his duties as a game warden for North Dakota Department of Game and Fish.  

The Law Enforcement Training Academy ran for eight weeks, covering North Dakota statutes, law enforcement skills, investigative techniques, and more.  Prospective sheriff's deputies, highway patrol personnel, corrections officers, and game wardens, attend the same academy.

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Contact: Mike Vivion, chief pilot, 218-281-8114 (; Elizabeth Tollefson, assistant director of communications, 218-281-8432 (