Wildlife Officer Angelo promoted

AKRON, OH – Former Columbiana County Wildlife Officer Scott Angelo was recently promoted to Wildlife Officer Supervisor according to the ODNR Division of Wildlife.
Officer Angelo will begin his duties of supervising the wildlife officers in seven northeast Ohio counties immediately. The counties include Columbiana, Mahoning, Medina, Portage, Stark, Summit, and Trumbull. He will be responsible for coordinating his team of officers on wildlife law enforcement projects, fisheries and wildlife surveys, providing assistance to private landowners, organizing presentations and assistance to conservation clubs and public conservation events, and much more.
“Officer Angelo’s eight years of experience in handling a county with many demands, several conservation clubs and events, and numerous contacts with many recreational users will enable him to be an effective leader. I am confident he will continue to serve Ohioans well in his new position,” said Doug Miller, Division of Wildlife District Three Manager in northeast Ohio.
A native of Barnesville, Ohio, Officer Angelo graduated from Barnesville High School in 1996. Following his graduation from Hocking College in 1998 with an Associate’s Degree in Fish & Wildlife Management, Angelo continued his education at Ohio State University where he graduated in 2001 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife Management. Angelo was then accepted into the Ohio Wildlife Officer Cadet Academy and graduated in June of 2005. He was immediately assigned to Columbiana County.
To reach Officer Angelo, call the District Headquarters at (330) 644-2293.