Bladon Springs
Blue Springs
Buck's Pocket
Cathedral Caverns
Cheaha
Chewacla
Chickasaw
DeSoto
Florala
Frank Jackson
Gulf
Joe Wheeler
Lake Guntersville
Lake Lurleen
Lakepoint
Meaher
Monte Sano
Oak Mountain
Paul M. Grist
Rickwood Caverns
Roland Cooper
Wind Creek
Biking
Camping
Fishing
Golf
Hiking
Dining
Geocaching
Horseback Riding   
Events
Camping
Lodges
Resorts
Equestrian Campground 
Weddings
Business Meetings
Brochures
Reservations
Parks Directory
Dog Friendly
Events
Dining
Specials & Packages
Weekday Rewards
  Call 1-800-ALAPARK (1-800-252-7275)
  Find A Park What to Do Where to Stay Meeting Facilities Plan Your Visit
View print version

Press Release

Lee Promoted to WFF District Four Assistant Supervisor

October 25, 2012

William Randall Lee has been promoted to Lieutenant and District Four Assistant Supervisor with the Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF). As Assistant District Supervisor, Lee will be responsible for the day-to-day law enforcement operations for the counties in the southern portion of district four in southeast Alabama.
 
In 1990, Lee earned his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Auburn University. In 1993, Lee joined the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources as a WFF Conservation Enforcement Officer in Choctaw County.  Lee is currently stationed in Covington County.
 
WFF Chief of Law Enforcement Kevin Dodd said Lee is a seasoned officer with integrity. “Lee’s commitment to his profession is a model for public service,” said Dodd. “The hunting and fishing public are well served by Lee’s dedication to conservation law enforcement.”
 
Lee lives in Andalusia with his wife, Katie, and their three children Colby, Abigail, and Brody. When not on the job, Lee enjoys playing golf, camping, hiking, and mentoring Andalusia Boy Scout Troop 46. 
 
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources promotes wise stewardship, management and enjoyment of Alabama’s natural resources through five divisions: Marine Police, Marine Resources, State Lands, State Parks, and Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries. To learn more about ADCNR, visit www.outdooralabama.com .
 
###