State to hire slew of new DOCARE officers
LIHU‘E — Residents will have the opportunity to join one of the most highly sought-after civil-service jobs in the state, when the state Department of Land and Natural Resources accepts applications for 46 vacant Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement officer positions next month.
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Here come the new made up laws…
Kauai just got a new liquafaction capsule…
New fertilizer for your organic veggies…
All vacancies will be filled with former county dirty cops.
Check the facts.
DLNR is a corrupt Dept. Feds still investigating them.
Please post a full time officer at Polihale. Illegal camping, pooping in the dunes, driving too fast, just general bullsh!t happening daily. Wish we could enforce ourselves but we would look like the bad guys getting arrested for slapping some skulls.
Glad to see DLNR making some employment moves. Hope we see some positive, ongoing results at Polihale and island-wide. Mahalo.
Here’s a thought. Apply for the job and get paid to police polihale. Or you just like grumble about other people and not take any initiative.
There is very little need for more policing on Kaua’i o ManoKalanipo. First reason, because KPD Chief Raybuck. We should be confident in his leadership at this point. Second, new prosecuting attorney; let her and Raybuck’s office work together even better. Third, there is a bigger need for actual land resource management from the DLNR! Our fragile forests are overrun with introduced, noxious weeds. Clear the weeds, replant trees. Let’s open our eyes, people, and focus our efforts on the aina. Let’s get Kauaians back on their ancestral lands. Stop persecuting the Hawaiian people!
Mahalo nui loa and may God continue to bless all Kauaians.
Yup gotta love back when you could marry your sibling to keep the bloodline pure.
Hi I’m really interested in working for dnlr, I have a lot of experience with fishing and freediving/spearfishing, I’m honest and hard working I have a passion to help with illegal fishing and and put a stop to size limits and bag limit. I hope I can be of assistance to you guy’s Aloha.
“..that these new guys will have.”
Hire Wahini! It’s way past time to provide equal employment opportunities here on KI!
Thats not how it works…
Some people just like to grumble but don’t do anything to help. Get a life!
What more can we say about this male machismo in our police forces….these “guys” need to resign. Out of a leader’s crooked lips dripped a little bit of truth finally.
May The Most High bless these guys, too. Please, guys, stop persecuting the Hawaiians.