Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement

Federal Wildlife Officers enforce Federal conservation laws throughout the United States and on U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service lands. Officers conduct patrols, surveillance, investigations, seizures, and arrests. Crimes Federal Wildlife Officers are involved with include natural resource violations, traffic violations, crimes against person and property, homeland security issues, and alien and drug smuggling. 

Law Enforcement Objectives are:
• To protect refuge visitors and employees from harm by others.
• To assist visitors in understanding refuge laws and the reasons for them 
• To enhance management and protection of fish and wildlife resources on refuges 
• To ensure the legally prescribed, equitable use of fish and wildlife resources on refuges 
• To obtain compliance with laws and regulations necessary for the management, and protection of refuges.

Through education and enforcement, it is the mission of the Refuge Law Enforcement program to protect employees and visitors, safeguard public facilities and equipment, and protect Service lands. 

Please report all accidents, injuries and violations through the Park Police Dispatch at 415-561-5510. To report poachers, call CalTIP at 1-888-DFG-CALTIP (1-888-334-2258).  

 


 

Marshlands Road and the Fishing Pier parking lot is under the jurisdiction of The California Highway Patrol. California Highway Patrol remains committed in keeping the public safe everywhere. You can help keep Californians and visitors safe as well, by reporting crimes you may witness or illegal activities you may be aware of. You may help avert the theft of public funds or property, or even save lives by reporting a car weaving on Marshland road and or vehicle racing at the Pier parking lot.

Call 1-800-835-5247 (1-800-TELL-CHP) or www.chp.ca.gov 24 hours a day, seven days a week.