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Become An Indiana Conservation Officer

Last updated on Wednesday, February 7, 2018

(UNDATED) - The Department of Natural Resources is looking for Conservation Officers.

To take their online pre-screening test to see if you have what it takes.

The pre-screening test is required to proceed in the hiring process.

Those who successfully complete the pre-screening test will receive an email from ICORecruit-Testing@dnr.IN.gov when it is time to sign up for further testing. Enter this address in your contact list but be sure to check your junk/spam email folder in case it gets caught there. Note that you must pass a detailed background check and a polygraph test.

Ideally, preparation to become an Indiana Conservation Officer should start at age 16-18. Eligible applicants must be at least age 21 at time of graduation from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. ILEA graduation is expected to be the fall. There is no maximum age restriction.

Those who are hired will be given opportunity to compete for assignment to vacant counties within Indiana based on the current needs of the Law Enforcement Division.

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