Conservation Officers to Conduct Special Patrols

June 8, 2016 Jerry Kane

LINCOLN – From June through August, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission conservation officers, in conjunction with the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office and the Nebraska State Patrol, will conduct special enforcement patrols focusing on state recreation areas (SRA) and other Commission-managed property in Lancaster County.

The special patrols will focus on reducing the potential for alcohol-related vehicle and boat crashes around Branched Oak SRA, Pawnee SRA, Bluestem SRA, Wagon Train SRA, Stagecoach SRA and Wildwood Wildlife Management Area.

The efforts will focus primarily on weekends from June 15 through Sept. 5, with conservation officers conducting high-visibility patrols on and off the water.

Visitors are reminded that alcohol consumption on park and wildlife areas is prohibited on all roadways, designated swimming areas and parking areas. Consumption of alcohol is also prohibited between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. and where posted with signs.

An $8,000 grant from the Nebraska Office of Highway Safety will help fund this special enforcement effort.

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