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Enforcement Section

Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers protect wildlife and fisheries resources, promote boating education & safety, hunting & fishing, respond to boating emergencies and are a partner in Delaware's Homeland Security maritime mission.

Specifically, the section employs a "LEAPS" philosophy:

  • Law: Enforce state laws that govern the protection of all fish, wildlife, natural resources and boating activities.
  • Education: Teach the public about the importance of boating and hunter safety and the ethical use of our natural resources.
  • Awareness: Create public awareness of the need to protect, appreciate, conserve and share our natural resources through various programs.
  • Protection: Respond to natural disasters and provide emergency response to all hunting, fishing, and boating accidents.
  • Safety: Ensure the safety of all citizens and visitors who access our State waterways and lands.  

Current Job Openings
Seasonal Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Officer. Click here to apply.

DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police online survey
Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police value your opinion. Have you had contact with one of our officers? If so, please let us know about it. Your responses to this brief survey
will help us serve you better in the future. And thank you in advance to all Delaware hunters, anglers, boaters and outdoors recreationalists who take the time to answer the survey.                  

Division of Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Youth Academy
The Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Youth Academies are free one-week programs designed to teach youth about protecting Delaware's natural resources and nurturing the relationship between law enforcement officers and the community. Participants will attend a mock police academy where they will learn about various aspects of natural resources law enforcement, boating and hunting safety, and will participate in field activities. Each participant in the NRP Basic Youth Academy will receive both their hunter and boating safety certifications. Each participant in the NRP Advanced Youth Academy will receive their turkey hunting certification.

Academy dates and locations: 

2018 NRP Youth Academies Flyer

NRP Basic Youth Academy Requirements

NRP Advanced Youth Academy Requirements

2018 NRP Youth Academies Application

Applications should be mailed to:
   Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police
   89 Kings Highway
   Dover, DE 19901
   Attn: Capt. Brian Pollock

Applications can also be scanned and e-mailed to brian.pollock@state.de.us; however, notarized originals must still be mailed to the address above.  

  • BASIC Youth Academy, June 25-29, 2018 

    Ommelanden Hunter Education & Training Center
    1205 River Road
    New Castle, DE 19720

  • ADVANCED Youth Academy, July 10-14, 2018 

Little Creek Hunter Education & Training Center
3018 Bayside Drive
Dover, DE 19901

  • ADVANCED Youth Academy, July 17-21, 2018 

Ommelanden Hunter Education & Training Center
1205 River Road
New Castle, DE 19720

For more information:
Please contact Capt. Brian Pollock at (302) 365-8703.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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