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The Livestock/Law Enforcement Liaison Officer fosters, protects, and regulates the livestock industry of the state through education, communication, regulations, investigation and enforcement of defined state statutes, official rules, regulations and expressed policies of the agency.
Human Resource Contact: Hilary Wasserburger 307-777-6404 email@example.com
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The listed functions are illustrative only and are not intended to describe every function which may be performed in the job level.
- Conduct training on livestock law and practices for other law enforcement agencies.
- Performs ride-along, checkpoints, the port of entry visits, and other field training with law enforcement agencies.
- Provides expert advice and counsel on livestock investigations, including animal cruelty and welfare cases.
- Issues citations and warnings, arrests violators, prepares law enforcement documents, and testifies in court.
- Represents the Wyoming Livestock Board (WLB) in day-to-day contacts with the public and answers questions regarding the agency and livestock statutes, rules, and regulations.
- Responsible for coordinating and ensuring that investigations of infractions of state law and agency rules and regulations are conducted in a timely manner.
- Analyzes data and writes reports.
- Coordinates unit work activities with the Senior Criminal Investigator.
- Represents the WLB and Law Enforcement Unit at intra and inter-agency meetings.
- Attends training to maintain current status with Peace Officer Standards Training (POST).
- Designated agency contact for the State Agency Law Enforcement Communication Systems (SALECS).
Job Type: Full Time
Location: Statewide, Wyoming
Agency: 051-Livestock Board