Indiana Conservation Officers are accepting applicants until November 30 Indiana Conservation Officers are accepting applicants for the position of Conservation Officer until November 30, 2014. All interested persons must pass a prerequisite test found on the Becoming a Conservation Officer webpage found at http://www.in.gov/dnr/lawenfor/2760.htm. Upon successful completion of the prerequisite test the applicant will be automatically entered into the 2015 hiring process. Indiana Conservation Officers are employed by the Law Enforcement Division of the Department of Natural Resources. Officer’s primary duties include the enforcement of laws that effect natural resources, fish and wildlife, boating, DNR properties, ATV’s, environment and recreation. Officers also enforce all state laws outside of these primary duties. All citizens, regardless of age, may register on the “stay in touch” form found on the above webpage to meet with officers in their area to learn more about the requirements and hiring process to become an Indiana Conservation Officer. Applicants who successfully complete the perquisite test after November 30, 2014 will be automatically entered into the 2016 hiring process.
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