(Indianapolis, IN) - People wanting to become conservation officers in Indiana can now apply. According to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, they’re looking for highly motivated and outdoor-centered individuals.
Requirements include passing a pre-screening exam and an Indiana Law Enforcement Academy physical fitness test listed at IN.gov/ilea/physical-fitness-standards. Applicants must also be U.S. citizens and turn 21 by October 28.
Responsibilities of the job include enforcing hunting and fishing regulations and patrolling state waterways, according to DNR officials. Conservation officers also engage in specialty areas like scuba, K-9, search and rescue, and swift water rescue.