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DNR Looking for New Officers


Agency wants outdoor-centered individuals

You have an opportunity to work for Indiana’s oldest law enforcement agency. WNIN’s John Gibson explains:

The Department of Natural Resources is looking for Conservation Officers across the state.

To be qualified, you must be a United States citizen and at least 21 years old by Oct. 28.

You also must be able to pass minimum Indiana Law Enforcement Academy physical fitness requirements.

In a release, the DNR says interested persons should read “Become a Conservation Officer” at on.IN.gov/dnrlaw

You’ll find a pre-screening test under the “Apply” link.

The DNR says pre-screening tests must be finished by midnight, June 3rd, to receive an application.