Lt. John Nores Jr.

Lt. John Nores Jr. is a 19-year law enforcement veteran of the California Department of Fish and Game. He is a field training officer for new cadets and conducts training in firearms, defensive tactics, high risk warrant and arrest tactics as well as basic and advanced sniper training programs with fellow instructors from the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office. He is also a member of the local allied agency Marijuana Eradication Teams (MET) in Santa Clara and San Benito Counties. In his off-duty time he is a tri-athelete and a competitor in the annual Baja 500 off-road vehcile race. John is also a leading game warden in the new National Geographic TV series, "Wild Justice."
Nov 15, 2010
An excerpt from the book War in the Woods: Combating Marijuana Cartels on Our Public Lands. by Lt. John Nores Jr. and James A. Swan Nationwide, there are around 7,000 game wardens, or about as many of NYPD's finest as are assigned to cover the New Year's Eve celebration in...