High Visibility Versus Low Visibility Vehicles in Wildlife Law Enforcement

During the study period of 1 May 1981 through 30 April 1982, compliance rates (game arrests! 100 hunters checked) for individual hunting cases were computed for 2 groups of Tennessee wildlife officers. One group of 35 officers was driving high visibility, state-owned vehicles. The other group of 35 officers was driving low visibility, personally-owned vehicles. No significant difference was found between the compliance rates of the 2 groups.

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