HONOLULU (KHON2) — There was a special honor for a DLNR DOCARE officer on Maui on Friday.
He was recognized today as Hawaii Wildlife Officer of the Year.
Randy DeCmbra is a 22-year-old veteran of the division.
His chief says DeCambra is responsible for bringing multiple, high-profile resource violation cases to fruition, and has a dedication that is unequalled.
While accepting the award, DeCambra credited his entire team saying they all work toward the common goal of protecting Hawaii’s natural and cultural resources.
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