Office of Law Enforcement
Pacific Region
 

 

History

Historical pictures of agents standing in line in the 1940s

In 1900, the Lacey Act became the Nation's first Federal wildlife protection law and with it was born the "duck cop". Since the 1900s, the developing needs of fish and wildlife and their habitats have become a top priority for the Department of Interior. Click on the following links to see the progression of what is now called the "Office of Law Enforcement".

We are continuing to strive to meet the new challenges in the 21st Century.

Last updated: December 3, 2013

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