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Special Agents

 

Special Agents of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have challenging and rewarding careers. They are trained criminal investigators who enforce Federal wildlife laws throughout the United States. Special Agents conduct law enforcement investigations that may include activities such as surveillance, undercover work, making arrests, and preparing cases for court. They often work with other Federal, tribal, foreign, state, or local law enforcement authorities. Special Agents enforce traditional migratory bird regulations and investigate major commercial activities involving illegal trade in protected wildlife. Some agents work at border ports where they enforce Federal laws protecting domestic and foreign wildlife species that enter into interstate and international commerce.

If you are interested in becoming a Special Agent with the Office of Law Enforcement, click on the following links for further information:

Special Agent Information Medical Standards
New Agent Recruitment  

 

Last updated: December 3, 2013

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