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Illinois Conservation Police Seek Public Input Through Online Survey

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Illinois Conservation Police Seek Public Input Through Online Survey
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) is seeking public input on outdoor recreation activities and the work of Illinois Conservation Police Officers (CPOs) through an online survey available on the IDNR website.

“We want and need to hear from the public on how we can better dedicate our efforts to protect the people and the natural resources of Illinois,” said IDNR Office of Law Enforcement Director Timothy Tyler. “I encourage everyone to take a few minutes to take the online survey and give us their views on our work and how we can best meet our mission in the months and years ahead.”

The online survey provides an opportunity for the public to provide guidance on CPO enforcement efforts and priorities, interactions with CPOs, safety education efforts, and community relations.

The free survey will be available on the IDNR website at the link below through Feb. 15, 2021.

2021 IDNR Law Enforcement Survey:
https://www2.illinois.gov/dnr/LawEnforcement/Pages/OLESurvey.aspx

1/20/2021
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