State DNR unveils online way to report poachers

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The state Division of Natural Resources now has a way online for turning in poaching and other illegal wildlife activities.

Tips can be reported to the DNR’s law enforcement section’s website at

Lt. Col. Jerry Jenkins says the DNR has a limited number of police officers in the field, so the public plays a vital role in protecting natural resources by reporting violations.

Witnesses to a potential violation are asked to collect as much information as possible without confronting the individual under suspicion. Jenkins says helpful information includes a description of the people involved and any vehicles and license plates, the type of violation and the time it occurred.

He says those who report such crimes will remain anonymous.

By The Associated Press






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