Seneca nation of indians

 

Officer BIO’s

William Miller- Chief Fish & Wildlife Officer since 2008, Wildlife Officer 2003-2008, with a degree in Natural Resource Conservation from SUNY Morrisville. William has resided on the Allegany Territory and is very familiar with Territory Boundaries.  William is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys archery, large game hunting.  William patrols the Tribal waters on a Department river boat and open water boat.  Along with assisting and working on many projects William also works with the Seneca Nation Recreation Department and Education Department to work with Community children on environmental education.  William has been certified in Law Enforcement Self Defense Training, Handcuff, OC Training, SCUBA, First aid, CPR, NYS Hunter Education Instructor, and Vehicle Traffic Stop Training.  As Chief Fish & Wildlife Officer, William is responsible to uphold Seneca Nation Fish and Game Laws, along with Timber Theft, Sand and Gravel Laws, Trespass Laws, and Waste Disposal Laws, along with being responsible for all the Officers on both Territories.  

Jeremiah Bova- Wildlife Officer since 2008, with a background in engineering, Jeremiah assists with most fish and wildlife projects, with a focus on Law Enforcement.  Jeremiah has resided on the Allegany Territory and is very familiar with Territory Boundaries.  Jeremiah is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys archery, large game hunting.  Jeremiah patrols the Tribal lands with an ATV and Tribal waters on a Department river boat and open water boat.  Along with engineering and working on many projects Jeremiah also works with the Seneca Nation Recreation Department to work with Community children.  Jeremiah has been certified in Law Enforcement Self Defense Training, Handcuff, OC Training, SCUBA, First aid, CPR, and Vehicle Traffic Stop Training, he is also a nys hunter education instructor. As a Wildlife Officer, Jeremiah is responsible to uphold Seneca Nation Fish and Game Laws, along with Timber Theft, Sand and Gravel Laws, Trespass Laws, and Waste Disposal Laws. 

Carl Kettle- Wildlife Officer since 2011, with a background in construction, Carl is the builder behind most fish and wildlife projects.  Carl has resided on the Allegany Territory and is very familiar with Territory Boundaries.  Carl is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys fishing, ice fishing, archery, large game hunting.   Along with engineering many projects Carl is also responsible for teaching, training, and holding refresher self defense classes for other Officers with his vast mix martial arts knowledge.  Carl has been certified in Law Enforcement Self Defense Training, OC Training, and Vehicle Traffic Stop Training.  As a Wildlife Officer, Carl is responsible to uphold Seneca Nation Fish and Game Laws, along with Timber Theft, Sand and Gravel Laws, Trespass Laws, and Waste Disposal Laws.

Lance Carney- Wildlife Officer since 2011, with years of experience in the field of law enforcement and carries many trainings and certificates to bring to the Department.  He carries an education background in Criminal Justice along with completing the Police Services Training Academy.  He will be able to assist in trainings to the Department.  Lance brings related skills including Tactical leader, Firearms Instructor, and Law Enforcement operations, along with other related skills.   He has previously worked as a SNI Conservation Officer and SNI Marshal.  As a Wildlife Officer, Lance is responsible to uphold Seneca Nation Fish and Game Laws, along with Timber Theft, Sand and Gravel Laws, Trespass Laws, and Waste Disposal Laws.

Shane Titus- Fisheries Officer since 2010, Wildlife Officer 2005-2010, with a background in Law Enforcement,   Shane has resided on the Allegany Territory and is very familiar with Territory Boundaries.  Shane enjoys fishing and camping.  Shane has been certified in Law Enforcement Self Defense Training, Handcuff, OC Training, SCUBA, First aid, CPR, and Vehicle Traffic Stop Training.  As a Fisheries Officer, Shane is responsible for the day to day operation of the Seneca Nation Walleye Hatchery.  Fisheries Officers work with outer Federal, State, Agencies, and Tribal Departments.

CATTARAUGUS TERRITORY

Gary Lay- Supervisor Wildlife Officer since 2012, Gary has resided on the Cattaraugus Territory and is very familiar with Territory Boundaries.  Gary is an avid outdoorsman.  As a Wildlife Officer, Gary is responsible to uphold Seneca Nation Fish and Game Laws, along with Timber Theft, Sand and Gravel Laws, Trespass Laws, and Waste Disposal Laws.  


Roy Isaac- Wildlife Officer since 2003, Roy has resided on the Cattaraugus Territory and is very familiar with Territory Boundaries.   Roy has been certified in Law Enforcement Self Defense Training, Handcuff, OC Training, First aid, CPR, and Vehicle Traffic Stop Training.  As a Wildlife Officer, Roy is responsible to uphold Seneca Nation Fish and Game Laws, along with Timber Theft, Sand and Gravel Laws, Trespass Laws, and Waste Disposal Laws.  


Ian Jimerson-  Wildlife Officer since 2012, Roy has resided on the Cattaraugus Territory and is very familiar with Territory Boundaries.   Ian has been certified in Law Enforcement Self Defense Training, Handcuff, OC Training, First aid, CPR, and Vehicle Traffic Stop Training.  As a Wildlife Officer, Ian is responsible to uphold Seneca Nation Fish and Game Laws, along with Timber Theft, Sand and Gravel Laws, Trespass Laws, and Waste Disposal Laws.



Retired Officers

Allie George- (Allegany) Past Fish & Wildlife Officer from 2006-2011.  Allie was at the forefront of the Hellbender study before moving to Raleigh, NC to pursue a career in law enforcement.  He currently works for the Wake County Sheriffs Office.

Clayton Ludwick- (Allegany) Past Fish & Wildlife Manager from 2004-2012, Clayton has his Associate’s degree in Criminal Justice from Jamestown Community College.  In the Fish & Wildlife Department he specialized in HAZMAT while also enforcing all fish & game laws.  Clayton developed the Hellbender program as well as attained over 30 different specialized trainings.  Clayton was also an instructor for many of the Departments trainings.  He is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys boating, SCUBA diving, hunting and private piloting in his free time.  He currently is employed for The State of North Carolina as a wildlife enforcement Officer since 2012.

Clifford Redeye III- Conservation Manager since 2012.  Cliff has resided on the Allegany Territory and is very familiar with Territory Boundaries. Cliff is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys fishing, and large game hunting. He has been certified to fight wildfires, heavy equipment operation, SCUBA and CPR certified.  He has previously worked with the Allegany National Forest and in green energy.  As Conservation manager, Cliff is responsible to uphold Seneca Nation Fish and Game Laws, along with Timber Theft, Sand and Gravel Laws, Trespass Laws, and Waste Disposal Laws.