Office of Law Enforcement
Pacific Region
 

 

Resident Agent in Charge (RAC) - Redmond, Washington

Bull Trout in River

The primary work for this subdistrict involves Endangered Species Act (ESA) enforcement (Marbled Murrelet, Bull Trout, and Northern Spotted Owl), compliance with designated port and border requirements, migratory bird investigations, and partner coordination. There are 34 Native American tribes in Washington whose law enforcement officers work closely with our Special Agents. Special Agents also work closely with Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife officers on investigations involving Lacey Act, Eagle Act, and Marine Mammal Protection Act. They coordinate on Migratory Bird Treaty Act enforcement operations during migratory bird hunting seasons. The Wildlife Inspectors at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEATAC) are responsible for all import/export work at the airport and seaports in and around Puget Sound. These inspectors cover passenger and cargo inspections at port facilities in Seattle, Tacoma, Boeing Field, Kenmore Airport, Renton Municipal Airport, the Victoria Clipper Ferry Terminal, and the International Mail Facility. There are additional clearance facilities located near SEATAC for UPS, FedEx, DHL, BAX, MENLO, and Airborne.

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You can also contact the Special Agent in Charge located in Portland, Oregon, which oversees this office.

Last updated: December 3, 2013

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