IDNR, Dearborn Co. Sheriff’s Dept. Are Hiring

Posted On July 08, 2014

By Mike Perleberg

sheriff-cruiser-side-logo.jpg(Dearborn County, Ind.) – A couple law enforcement agencies are looking for men and women who want to wear their uniform.

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is recruiting applicants for conservation officers. Those interested have to complete an online test by November 30. The test can be found at dnrlaw.IN.gov/2760.htm.

DNR conservation officer recruit school is scheduled for June 2015.

According to the agency, conservation officers enforce all state laws but concentrate their efforts on laws affecting natural resources, state properties, and recreational activities such as boating, snowmobiles, and ATVs.

The application process is open to individuals with an associate’s degree, 60 credit hours towards a bachelor’s degree, or four years of continuous military service with an honorable discharge.

Also, the Dearborn County Sheriff’s Department is hiring for a deputy sheriff. Those officers enforce state laws, county laws and county ordinances. Other duties include accident investigation, criminal investigation, civil process service, public service and other special duties assigned by the sheriff.

The deadline to apply with the sheriff’s department is July 18.  You can find the application form and more details at DearbornCountySheriff.org then click on “Employment”.