Experience

Greg Kondas holds the rank of, Inspector, and Officer in Charge (OIC) of Staff Development, Training and Recruiting for the British Columbia Conservation Officer Service.

Greg has over 28 year of experience in natural resource law enforcement and human wildlife conflict control and is currently responsible for the direct supervision of all in-service instructors and all BC Conservation Officers while delivering training programs. Certified in Use of Force Options training, specializing in close quarter combat and edged weapons, he has served as the Officer-In-Charge (OIC), a steering committee member, and the Master Lead Defensive Tactics Instructor for the Western Conservation Law Enforcement Academy (WCLEA). Greg specializes in the development and delivery of Instructor Development Courses, including:

  • Course Training Standard (CTS)
  • Lesson Plan design and development
  • Policy draft recommendations

Getting to know him

Responsible for reviewing use of force reports, completing use of force assessments, and providing formal recommendations and remedial or corrective measure programs as required. Identified and involved as an Investigator for Professional Standard Investigations. He is currently a master lead Wildlife Decoy Operators Instructor and was instrumental in the development and implementation of the Wildlife Decoy Operators Course. Implemented and development of the "Trainers Corner" on the Conservation Officer SharePoint Site. Has served and has co-chair on several interview panels, which includes recruit entry officer level and Sergeant Rank. Greg is entering his 25 year of instructing, development, implementation and coordination at an International Level. He has presented at International Conferences including Association of Natural Resource Enforcement Trainers (ANRET) and Wildlife Human Attack Response Training (WHART). He currently offers instructor developmental courses and teaches in adult presentation techniques. Many of the course’s Greg has development are now used by outside natural resources agencies.

Inspector Greg Kondas