Title: Jacksonville Law Enforcement Office
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Title: Jacksonville Law Enforcement Office
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Language: English
Creator: United States Fish & Wildlife Service
Publisher: United States Fish & Wildlife Service
Place of Publication: Jacksonville, Fla.
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Law Enforcement Office

Special Agent
6620 Southpoint Drive South, Suite 310
Jacksonville, FL 32216
Phone: 904/232 2580
Fax: 904/232 2404

Assistance may also be obtained
from the District Office located in
Clermont, FL 33702
Contact the Resident Agent-in-Charge.
Phone: 352/394 4060
Fax: 352/394 1862

Geographic Area Served
Primarily Northeastern Florida.
Staffing Levels
* One Special Agent.
* One Support Staff.
* Activities related to fish and
wildlife resources by U.S. citizens
generate over $100 billion/year to
the American economy.
* The black-market trade of fish
and wildlife resources is
international in scope, with
values estimated to be in the
billions of dollars.
* The U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service employs about 220
Special Agents and 100 Wildlife
Inspectors nationwide to enforce
U.S. conservation laws.
* To inform citizens of Federal laws
and regulations relating to the
protection of fish, wildlife and
* Enforce Federal conservation
statutes, protect domestic and
foreign wildlife species that enter
into interstate and international
* Uncover major commercial
activity involving illegal trade of
protected wildlife and wildlife
* Enhance legitimate use and
enjoyment of all our wildlife
Laws Enforced
* Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
* Bald & Golden Eagle Protection
* Migratory Bird Hunting and
Conservation Stamp Act.
* National Wildlife Refuge System
Administration Act.

* Endangered Species Act.
* Lacey Act.
* Marine Mammal Protection Act.
* Archaeological Resource
Protection Act.
* African Elephant
Conservation Act.
* Wild Exotic Bird
Conservation Act.
* Antarctic Conservation Act.
* Conservation Recreation Act.
(The statutes are found in Title 16
United States Code and the regulations
promulgated thereunder in Title 50
Code of Federal Regulations.)
Criminal Investigations Program
* Special Agents investigate a wide
range of wildlife-related crime
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* Unlawful trade in national and
global wildlife resources.
* Illegal interstate and
international transportation of
fish, wildlife, or plants (including
fish or wildlife injurious to
domestic resources).
* Instances of harm to or the
killing of' ,i:, :', 1 i ir. :i,. I i i.
species and mortality due to
environmental contaminants.
* Additionally, agents provide
support for protection of national
wildlife refuge resources and
enforce migratory game bird
hunting regulations.

* Airborne Hunting Act.

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