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Winter 2014

Adapting To Change,
The Key To Successful
Conservation Law Enforcement:
Automated Records

Last Year the Indiana State Legislature enacted a new law which, for the first time, made operating a boat while under the influence of marijuana and other drugs a crime. This change added a powerful weapon to the crime-fighting arsenal available to officers of the Indiana Department of Natural Resource Law Enforcement Division, which has primary responsibility for law enforcement on the state's waterways. But, to use that new weapon, our conservation officers needed to be able to cite the new statute correctly and to thoroughly document evidence, witness statements, and other information to support the charge in an incident report. That meant our automated records management system (RMS,) where all our incident reports are created and maintained, needed to adapt to this change.

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