Report all violations to the law enforcement office
24 hr mobile: 304-834-0449Non-emergency office #: 304-375-2923 x 113
WHO: Description of the suspect, suspect vehicleWHAT: what is the violation?WHERE: Where did the violation occur?WHEN: When did the violation occur?HOW: How did the violation occur?
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Law enforcement is an integral part of managing the National Wildlife Refuge System. Refuge law enforcement officers are responsible for upholding federal laws and regulations that protect natural resources, the public, and employees. These are our objectives:
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Forty species of native freshwater mussels live within the refuge waters on the Ohio River. This includes six federally endangered mussel species: fanshell, pink mucket, sheepnose, spectaclecase, snuffbox, and rayed bean. Mussels are important to the health of a river ecosystem. They are filter feeders, which helps reduce silt, sediment, and pollutants in the water.