Hardin County |
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| Report Hunting Violation
If you would like to report a Wildlife Crime or Hunting Violation, please contact the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. The DNR Conservation Officer assigned to Hardin County is:
The Law Enforcement Bureau has 90 conservation officers including six supervisors, six recreational safety officers, and 78 field officers. All are fully certified state peace officers with the authority to enforce all Iowa laws. As U.S. federal deputy game wardens, they also may cross state lines when violations of federal wildlife laws have been committed.
The primary responsibilities of officers are to:
The Iowa program, which is called TIP for Turn-In-Poachers, was started in August 1985. The private TIP organization was established by concerned sportsmen and women under the guidance of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Bureau. Both groups recognized the need for an added dimension to fish and game law enforcement in the State of Iowa to aid in the fight against poaching.
Submit a TIP: Call 1-800-532-2020 or submit your TIP online
More information about the Law Enforcement Bureau under the Iowa DNR can be found on the Iowa DNR Law Enforcement website.