Conduct law enforcement duties consistent with the goal of achieving statewide consistency. These duties include: planning, coordinating, and conducting overt/covert investigations; investigating complaints, interviewing witnesses and suspects, conducting interrogations, obtaining and executing arrest/search warrants, conducting audits and cross checking of business records, conducting inspections, making arrests with or without warrant, seizing equipment with or without warrant, seizing illegal fish and wildlife, producing reports, preserving evidence, and initiating prosecution of individuals, municipalities and corporations through the judicial system. Establish and maintain internal and external partnerships to include local governments, other law enforcement agencies, businesses, local interests, environmental organizations, individuals and other key stakeholders to establish and promote management, enforcement and protection goals. In consultation with team supervisor, develop and implement a measurable workplan designed to achieve overall department goals and objectives efficiently and effectively. Provide essential information to citizens and provide information on the Department's rules and regulations while promoting management objectives.
Special Notes :
Appointment to a position in this classification will be subject to: 1) at least 21 years of age upon application; 2) have No unpardoned felony convictions or convictions of domestic violence laws as defined in the Federal Omnibus Consolidated Appropriations Act of 1997; 3) successful completion of the DNR Swim test, Clinical Functional Capacity Test, psychological testing, drug screen and medical examinations; 4) successful completion of a background investigation; 5) currently certified by the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board as a Law Enforcement Officer or certified as a law enforcement officer in another state; 6) maintenance of those skills required to retain Wisconsin law enforcement certification and DNR conservation warden credentials; 7) possession of a valid Wisconsin driver's license throughout employment; 8) from an accredited college or university; completion of at least 4 years of higher education (at least 120 college credits), or; completion of at least 2 years of higher education (at least 60 college credits); and 2 years (at least 4000 hours) of work experience as a law enforcement officer certified in Wisconsin or another state. NOTE: the educational institution must meet U.S. Dept. of Education accreditation standards.
Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities :
Law enforcement and its application to natural resources and environmental protection.
Ability to work independently and within groups/teams with internal staff, external partners.
Effectively develop and manage technical, lengthy and complex investigations.
Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of electronic surveillance equipment.
Demonstrated ability to apply relationship and team building techniques.
Ability to effectively communicate including public participation and presentation skills.
State of Wisconsin - 2 years ago
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