Indiana Conservation Officers of Operational District 3 recently added
an officer to increase patrol efforts. Jordan Wagner is currently
assigned to Cass County, but will be visible in several of the
surrounding counties to cover calls and conduct investigations.
Jordan (25) of Carroll County, graduated from Delphi High School in
2011. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Wabash College in
2015. He is the son of Joel and Terri Wagner.
Jordan completed the Indiana Conservation Officer’s Core Values Training
in 2017, which is a rigorous month long training process that consists
of demanding physical training, team building exercises, and mental
preparation for solo patrol in remote areas. Over the next several
months he completed the 15 week Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, 10
weeks of Essentials Training, and a Field Training Program consisting of
90 plus shifts with veteran officers.
Indiana Conservation Officers are fully sworn law enforcement officers
that focus their enforcement efforts on natural resource law
enforcement, along with the enforcement of all state laws. For further
information on the duties of an Indiana Conservation Officer and career
opportunities, visit www.in.gov/dnr/lawenfor/2760.htm.