The mission of Georgia’s Department of Natural Resources’ Law Enforcement Division is simple: protect and serve Georgians by enforcing the law.
That means bringing law breakers to justice and rescuing folks who are trouble. Here are a few examples from the most recent Law Enforcement Report:
- Hunting from a public road, hunting from a vehicle – Rabun County
- Possession of game animal without a permit – Walton County
- Four lost teens located on Ogeechee River – Bulloch County
- Additional hunting, fishing and boating violation citations – several counties
The Wildlife Resource Division protects Georgia’s wildlife 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.
We appreciate DNR’s efforts to keep the wild outdoors as tame as possible.