To Protect and Serve these Lands: National Park Service Law Enforcement
November 17 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 amFree
This talk is open to the public.
Speaker: Ranger Bonnie Phillips
Synopsis: Join us in learning about the history of Law Enforcement Rangers in the National Park Service. Gain hands-on experience of how our Rangers continue to protect the people who enjoy these spaces. Finally, learn how these Federal Police Offers serve the mission of the National Park Service in preserving and protecting the natural, cultural and historical resources for this and future generations.
About the Author: Ranger Bonnie Phillips has been at Cabrillo National Monument since 2010. She previously was the Executive Producer of a local news station in San Diego and switched her career to follow the Mission of the National Park Service. Bonnie is a dedicated law enforcement Ranger at Cabrillo National Monument and runs the Tidepool Protection Education and Restoration Program. She also serves as an adjunct instructor for new Rangers at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, GA.