Women in Leadership Profile: Assistant Chief Martin

2024-04-26T01:14:30+00:00

Women in Leadership Profile: Assistant Chief Martin By Deb Moller Assistant Chief Martin of the Washington State Patrol has a strong memory of being five years old, seeing a police car, and knowing that when she grew up, she would work in law enforcement. For AC Martin, this wasn’t the typical quickly passing whimsy of a five-year-old. Seeing that police car was a life-changing event. In her Sudbury, Massachusetts high school, when her sense of humor and class clown antics amused her friends, none of them took her law enforcement talk seriously. She was just too far from the tough, [...]

Women in Leadership Profile: Assistant Chief Martin2024-04-26T01:14:30+00:00

Washington State House Bill 1168: Concerning long-term forest health and the reduction of wildfire dangers

2021-05-26T18:51:47+00:00

Washington State House Bill 1168: Concerning long-term forest health and the reduction of wildfire dangers HB 1168 was delivered to Governor Jay Inslee on April 26 to sign into law. The Bill focuses on the concerning increase of forestland and rangeland wildfires. The impact of wildfires has continued to grow larger, more intense, and destructive in the last four decades throughout Washington State. It is a trend that is alarming, with no plans on decreasing unless policies are put in place to help. Wildfires have a significant impact on fish and wildlife and devastating state, federal, tribal, and private [...]

Washington State House Bill 1168: Concerning long-term forest health and the reduction of wildfire dangers2021-05-26T18:51:47+00:00
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