Who May Apply:
Apprehends, detains, arrests, and/or issues citation to violators of federal, State, and local laws, rules, and regulations.
Detects and investigates criminal activity pertaining to Service lands and responsibilities, including arson, theft, breaking and entering, vandalism, air and water pollution, and destruction of property.
Enforces laws and regulations concerning the possession, use, distribution, trafficking, cultivation, and manufacture of controlled substances on FWS lands.
Investigates violations of federal and state fish and wildlife laws including poaching illegal hunting, and illegal use aircraft for hunting or other illegal commercial activities.
Maintains liaison, exchanges information and coordinates on-going law enforcement activities with Federal, State, Tribal, and local law enforcement officials, and other Refuge law enforcement staff and Special Agents.
Analyzes and assess the existing level and type of resources devoted to the Refuge law enforcement program, including developing evaluative reports outlining recommendations for improved methods to accomplish organizational goals.
Prepares investigative case files by documenting findings and facts, obtaining witness statements and copies of official records.
Reviews completed investigation or incident reports to ensure compliance with policy and tracks activity trends to identify systematic problems and recommend corrective action and initiate approval recommendations.