Officer's Logbook

These excerpts have been edited to remove personal identifiers and locations for privacy reasons.

What have you got?

Natural Resource Officers, Park Rangers and other personnel of our parks and wildlife areas rely on the citizens of our state to provide tips of crimes and violations being committed. These tips come in every day and most are reported anonymously. The majority of these tips lead to resolution and prosecution through investigation and our judicial system. Concerned citizens of our state utilize the Operation Game Thief link on our website to report these violations. If you see a crime or violation taking place, please try to obtain as much information as possible. Tag numbers, vehicle descriptions, descriptions of violators and any other information you feel might aid in the apprehension of the violators.

Officer's Logs
  • Officer Logbook 4.17.15
    Last week was busy with covering miles for meetings in Dodge City, Topeka, background investigations.Dodge City training, K- 9 training, office work, patrol, sportsman contacts, worked on up coming HE in the school's.Prepared for Regional meeting.  Regional Meeting.  KLER.  Reservoir Saturday, several boating violations cite ... Read More
  • Officer Logbook 3.27.15
    Patrol in the cold finding nobody out.  Met with an individual, trip to Reg office, and had my truck serviced.  Picked up some NTA dispos and met with SO.  Completed my online Intox 8000 re-certification and watched a deer on the ice at reservoir.  Washed the truck and checked a few fishermen.  Completed Racial/Biased b ... Read More
  • Officer Logbook 3.10.15
    This last week I worked in my office, tagged bobcats, checked fisherman and attended Cabela's Walleye tournament planning meeting.A successful completion of a report.  Other data entry such as bobcat tagging report submitted with data transferred to spreadsheet.  Attended a tournament meeting, range board meeting.  Replaced a doo ... Read More