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The Connecticut Conservation Officers Association, Inc. (CCOA) members are the officers of Connecticut State Environmental Conservation (EnCon) Police, Connecticut's oldest state enforcement service, established in 1895.

The CCOA is a fraternal organization formed to address the professional concerns of the EnCon Police officers and the public they serve.

Environmental law enforcement is comprised of a unique blend of police work and involvement in highly specialized areas that are not usually perceived as "cop work". These pages will share some of who we are and what we do.


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The CCOA Field Day had a good turnout of officers from all over the Northeast with officers coming from as far as Quebec.
Waterfowl training and the rainforest reptiles presentation were among the highlights.
Thanks to all who worked hard to make this event a success and all those who attended!

The next CCOA meeting is scheduled for October 29th at Cabelas at 1800.

Remember to get your challenge coin at the CCOA meeting.
Coffee mugs and hats are available at the meeting as well! Get yours while they last!

NOTICE: This site is designed, maintained, and contributed to by members of the CCOA, Inc., an independent fraternal organization and supporters. The members are sworn officers of the Connecticut DEEP Law Enforcement Division (EncCon Police Division) and/or retirees. Other than the fact most of the people involved with this site are employed by the DEEP as members of the Division, the state, agency and division are in no way responsible for the content, appearance, or execution of this web site, nor is any endorsement by either party implied.