Will Reinsborough to Join Marine Patrol
Pictured, l to r, Lieutenant Dan White, Deputy Commissioner Meredith Mendelson, Will Reinsborough, Colonel Jay Carroll, Major Rob Beal.
Augusta - Will Reinsborough from Pownal will serve as the newest member of the Maine Marine Patrol upon graduating from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy's Basic Law Enforcement Training Program in November.
Reinsborough will bring significant relevant experience to the post, having served as a sternman on a lobster fishing vessel from 2013 to 2017 and a Summer Intern with the Maine Marine Patrol from March to August in 2017.
A graduate of Unity College with a degree in Conservation Law Enforcement, Reinsborough also served as a Deputy Game Warden for the Maine Warden Service from May to August in 2018.
Reinsborough spent over 200 hours in the field with Marine Patrol Officers during his internship, gaining hands-on experience in enforcement techniques, fisheries issues, and Maines marine resource laws and regulations.
After graduating from the 18-week Basic Law Enforcement Training Program, Reinsborough will serve in the Freeport-Harpswell patrol.