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Ocean County Chapter - NJ State Federation of Sportsmens Clubs
Ocean County Chapter - NJ State Federation of Sportsmens Clubs
The DEP's Bureau of Communications and Response Services (they're the folks at 877-WARN-DEP) are looking to hire two Communications Operator Trainees. Would you like to help the Conservation Police Officers, State Park Police, and DEP Hazardous Response protect the environment by being the link between first responders and concerned callers? Click here for more information: https://info.csc.state.nj.us/vats/PdfForms/36097.pdf
Ocean County Chapter - NJ State Federation of Sportsmens Clubs
Ocean County Chapter - NJ State Federation of Sportsmens Clubs
If you witness dumping or other illegal activity on a wildlife management area, please call 877-WARN-DEP. You will be connected with a dispatcher 24/7.

It has been a busy spring with a large number of dumping complaints being investigated in District 6. While investigating one complaint from the Millville WMA, In Commercial Twp., Cumberland County, CPO Fox was able to locate the responsible party with a combination of identifiers and an eyewitness description of the vehicle used. The man was charged for dumping solid waste in excess of 0.148 cu yards and dumping on a WMA. CPO Fox charged another individual for dumping solid waste in excess of 0.148 cu yards and dumping on a WMA in a section of the Peaslee WMA, Vineland, Cumberland County. From the May 2022 Bureau of Law Enforcement report to the Fish and Game Council.
Ocean County Chapter - NJ State Federation of Sportsmens Clubs
Ocean County Chapter - NJ State Federation of Sportsmens Clubs
Officer Bickerton received a complaint that an individual had harvested two turkeys on the same day. Officer Bickerton was able to interview the individual who admitted to harvesting both turkeys the same day and found that the individual had harvested four turkeys so far this season without tagging any of them. He was issued a summons for failure to properly tag turkeys and taking turkey over the daily limit. From the May 2022 Bureau of Law Enforcement report to the Fish and Game Council
Ocean County Chapter - NJ State Federation of Sportsmens Clubs
Ocean County Chapter - NJ State Federation of Sportsmens Clubs
A complaint was called into Trenton Dispatch (877-WARN-DEP) regarding a hunter who was witnessed shooting a turkey close to an occupied dwelling. CPO Kille led the investigation and was assisted by CPO Fox. The hunter was identified and subsequently interviewed by the officers. The interview substantiated the violation of hunting within 450’ of a dwelling and hunting without the required Turkey permit. Both violations were issued to the hunter. From the May 2022 Bureau of Law Enforcement report to the Fish and Game Council
Ocean County Chapter - NJ State Federation of Sportsmens Clubs
Ocean County Chapter - NJ State Federation of Sportsmens Clubs
While working turkey hunters, CPO Riviello received a complaint of a turkey hunter trespassing in Burlington County. When he arrived on scene, CPO Riviello observed two harvested turkeys in the bed of a pick-up truck. After speaking with the hunter, he admitted that he had shot both turkeys while hunting on a property he did not have permission to hunt on. CPO Riviello issued the following summonses: did trespass for the purpose of hunting, over the daily bag limit of turkey, and two summonses for not tagging immediately upon harvest. From the May 2022 Bureau of Law Enforcement report to the Fish and Game Council

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