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What hours do FWC officers work?

Asked by: Boumediene Blobaum

asked in category: General Last Updated: 2nd June, 2020

What hours do FWC officers work?

A game warden may work a standard 9:00 am to 5:00 pm shift, but most officers do not have the luxury of working typical hours or a standard work week.

Similarly one may ask, what hours do conservation officers work?

In a typical work week as A Conservation Officer, you can expect to work 40 hours per week.

Similarly, how long does it take to become an FWC officer? If everything looks good, FWC offers you employment. Then comes eight weeks of FWC training, including education in conservation law, GPS, fisheries law enforcement, identifying wildlife, investigating boating accidents and more. After that, you undergo 16 weeks of field training, and then you’re in.

Subsequently, one may also ask, how many hours a week does a game warden work?

40 hours

Do game wardens have time to hunt?

The biggest misconception is that game wardens spend all their time hunting and fishing. The good wardens and agents have no time for this as they are in the field managing the other nimrods out there during hunting season.

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