6 edition of Customized chapters from Wildlife law enforcement found in the catalog.
Customized chapters from Wildlife law enforcement
William F. Sigler
1998 by McGraw-Hill/Primis Custom Publishing .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||90|
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Chief Inspector Martin Sims, Head of the National Wildlife Crime Unit, United Kingdom Chief Inspector Martin Sims, with 30 years of experience as a police officer, leads the member National Wildlife Crime Unit (NWCU) in the United Kingdom. Wildlife law enforcement Time is of the essence, so law enforcement needs to be implemented now Law enforcement cannot be left incomplete –As essential as arresting wildlife criminals is, the difference between incomplete and complete application of the law is too vast to ignore Wildlife crimes are organized chains –Not necessarily in parks.
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(2) “Fish and Wildlife Agent” means a law enforcement officer employed by the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control pursuant to this title and § (13) of Title (3) “Protected wildlife” means all forms of game and wildlife except such as are not protected by Parts I and II of this title.
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