Posted November 3, 2015 2:24 pm by Comments

By Justin Stakes

West Virginia Natural Resources Police
West Virginia Natural Resources Police
West Virginia Division of Natural Resources
West Virginia Division of Natural Resources

South Charleston, WV -(AmmoLand.com)- It’s easy to report hunting or fishing law violations in West Virginia, and those reports are helpful in protecting the state’s wildlife.

“Anyone who witnesses or is aware of hunting and fishing law violations can call the closest DNR district office, 911 or provide information on the DNR website,” said Col Jerry Jenkins, chief of the DNR Law Enforcement Section. “We are doing this to ensure a quicker response to the violations reported by the public.”

For non-emergency calls or questions, or to report questionable hunting or fishing activity, telephone calls should be made directly to the closest of six DNR district offices during working hours. Violations also may be reported on the DNR website at www.wvdnr.gov/LEnforce/Poachers.shtm.

For emergencies or to report game law violations in progress, calls should go to local 911 centers.

When calling, please provide the following information, if known, to a West Virginia Natural Resources Police Officer:

  • the nature of the violation;
  • the location of the violation;
  • the name and/or description of the violator;
  • a description of any vehicle and license number or boat involved in the violation;
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    Source:: AmmoLand

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