DNR Law Enforcement Reports Return!
No, Batman & Robin, Superman and other assorted superheroes have not eradicated crime and illegal stupidity in and around Lake Allatoona. The weekly Law Enforcement Reports website has been getting tuned up … and it’s back!
Our friends at the DNR Law Enforcement Division posted this note for you:
Thank you for your patience over the past few months as we have been upgrading our web site. We know that many of you have been asking when the Weekly Reports would be back. Here is the first set, retroactive back to August 31. For reports before then, please click the link at the bottom of this page. Within the next couple of weeks, we should be up to date. Again, thank you for your patience and your support of the Georgia DNR Law Enforcement Division.
Whether protecting our natural resources or the people who enjoy them, it’s always a wild week for rangers.
This month’s DNR Law Enforcement Report includes:
- Illegal deer and dove hunting – Several counties
- One arrested in dumping of over 6,000 tires – Dekalb County
- Assisting local law enforcement in a drug case – Clinch County
- 150 kids attend a sailing event – Lake Allatoona
The Law Enforcement Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources protects Georgia’s wildlife populations by enforcing laws, rules and regulations pertaining to game and nongame animals, threatened and endangered plants and animals, exotic animals, boating safety, litter and waste control, and other natural resource issues.
In addition, conservation rangers:
- administer the state’s hunter education and boating safety programs;
- investigate violations of wildlife laws as well as hunting and boating incidents; and
- conduct classes and programs to educate citizens about wildlife laws and safety practices.
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