The number of U.S. Park Rangers assigned to our national parks has declined dramatically over the past decades, leaving park visitors, employees, and resources in peril.
The challenges of conservation and land management law enforcement require educating the public, swift response to criminal acts, and constant vigilance.
Evaluating tactics, judgment, or skills in law enforcement and learning from failures, is critical to valid assessment of deadly force incidents.
How many U.S. Park Rangers need to die in the line of duty before much-needed change comes to the National Park Service?
The leadership of the longtime National Park Service employee transformed law enforcement practices, training procedures, and investigative capabilities.