Office of Law Enforcement | Concord, N.H.
The New Hampshire Office of Law Enforcement is located in the state capitol, Concord. 70 miles northwest of Boston, Mass., the office is co-located with the Service's Ecological Service, New England Field Office. The Special Agent assigned to the N.H. office works closely with biologists and field staff from the New England Field Office, the New Hampshire Fish and Game's Division of Law Enforcement, and other local, state and federal partners to investigate violations of federal wildlife laws.
Special Agents commonly receive and investigate complaints regarding violations of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act such as shooting or poisoning eagles and hawks or destruction of active bird nests. Other investigations may involve violations of the Lacey Act which includes interstate or foreign commerce of illegally taken or possessed wildlife. Special Agents are also active in investigations involving illegal take of threatened and endangered species.
You can also contact the Resident Agent in Charge located in Chelsea, Massachusetts, which oversees this office.