Indiana DNR Law Enforcement Division to Host Hiring Seminar – Learn How to Become a Conservation Officer


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Birdseye, IN – The Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Law Enforcement is hosting a hiring seminar for those interested in becoming a Conservation Officer, particularly for those residing in Southern Indiana. The event promises a comprehensive review of the hiring process, a Q&A session, and insider tips for applicants.

According to the seminar flyer, the session will be held at the Patoka Reservoir Main Office in Birdseye, IN, and is scheduled for February 29, 2024, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Participants can expect to learn about the dynamic and diverse job responsibilities of a Statewide Law Enforcement Officer, including specialties like investigations, scuba diving, and working with K9 units. 

The seminar is part of a series of events aimed at aiding prospective candidates in the current hiring phase. For more information, interested parties are directed to visit the website or contact ICO Jim Schreck.


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