June 7, 2021 9:50 am
Douglas County’s Assistant District Attorney Allision Eichmann was recently recognized with the 2020 Wildlife Prosecutor of the Year Award.
A statement from the Douglas County Commissioners said that the Oregon State Police’s Fish and Wildlife Division presents a series of awards each year in recognition of the merits of individuals over the past year. Individuals are nominated by OSP officers, then a panel reviews them and selects the winners. The Prosecutor of the Year award goes to someone who has excelled in prosecuting fish and wildlife cases. The award, which includes a framed artwork of a wildlife scene, is made possible by the Oregon Sportsman’s Coalition.
Eichmann was nominated by Roseburg OSP Fish and Wildlife, Senior Trooper Baimbridge and Senior Trooper Stone. Trooper Baimbridge said, “We like to call Allision our prosecutor because she runs the fish and wildlife laws, she took the time to follow up our unique cases very well, she is available for team meetings and presentations, and has personal Interest in the appreciation of the local wildlife community ”.
A number of OSP staff attended the presentation which said during the Commissioners’ weekly business meeting at 2nd Commissioner Tim Freeman, “Allision is doing an exceptional job for the county and we are proud of all the work they do in the district attorney’s office Douglas County has done and continues to do “.