Dealing with the Uncooperative Court

One of the most difficult yet important challenges facing the wildlife law enforcement officer today lies in his ability to develop confidence and a cooperative spirit in his court. There are a variety of means by which to achieve this goal and in overcoming common prejudices often surrounding the law enforcement officer and his profession. It is critical that the officer learn to communicate, in both deeds and words, his professionalism and the public desire for firm decisions involving wildlife violations.

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