Indiana Conservation Officers Now Recruiting New Employees

Indiana Conservation Officers are now recruiting qualified applicants. Anyone who is interested in starting a career in conservation law enforcement should visit http://www.in.gov/dnr/lawenfor/2760.htm. In order to qualify for employment, you must be 21-years-old by October 20, 2017. You must also have an associate’s degree or have earned at least 60 credits towards your bachelor’s degree. Additionally, you qualify for this position if you have four years of related military experience. You also have to pass the Indiana Law Enforcement physical fitness test.

The Indiana Conservation Officers will be hosting various events to recruit applications. If you are interested in attending one of the events, then you will need to contact Tyler Brock. His email is tbrock@dnr.in.gov. You will need to complete the pre-screening test prior to attending one of the recruiting events.

Indiana Conservation Officers are specially-trained police officers who work for the Law Enforcement Division Of Department Of Natural Resources. They are responsible for making sure that boating laws, outdoor recreation laws and cultural resource laws are enforced. They work at wildlife and fish areas, Indiana state parks and state natural preserves.

The first event will be held at Red Mill County Park on Tuesday, September 13, 2016. The event will focus on physical fitness requirements and interview techniques. Participants will need to wear business casual clothing. They will also need to bring a change of clothing for the physical fitness tests.