State swears in 24 new conservation officers

By: The Associated Press
By: The Associated Press

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has 24 new conservation officers in its Law Enforcement Division.

The officers were sworn in at a Statehouse ceremony on Friday and will work in locations around the state.

The DNR has 214 conservation officers, who enforce state laws and get involved in activities such as outdoor education programs. The DNR also has specialty response units such as river rescue, cave rescue, underwater search and recovery and K-9 teams.


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