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Equipment and Training
Patrol Equipment
The Fish and Wildlife Division uses a number of different types of patrol equipment to accomplish its mission, including 4 x 4 pickups, jet boats, propeller driven boats (hard hull and RHI), driftboats, whitewater rafts, catarafts, aircraft, horses, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, and mountain bikes.  Division troopers also have different types of uniforms, such as boat, bike, field, patrol, and water; and they employ a variety of technological equipment, such as night vision goggles, radar spotting scopes, gps units, and digital cameras and camcorders.
 
Equipment photo gallery
 
 

Specialized Training
In addition to the training received in recruit school, Fish and Wildlife officers may receive specialized training in subjects such as boat operations; horse packing; environmental crime investigation; fill and removal investigation; federal wildlife laws; game salvage equipment operation; meat handling and inspection; 4 x 4 patrol unit operation; wildlife and fish identification; commercial fishing vessels and gear identification; restaurant and dealer inspection; outdoor survival; and map, compass, and GPS use.