Welcome to the 2008 Wildlife Officer Recruit Class Pages!
"Thunder!  Wildlife Leads The Way..."

Photo Albums
New! Driver Training Slide Show!
(Opens In A New Window)
Range Firing and Marching
Class Work and Other Fun
Swim Training

Online Information for Wildlife Officers.

Be sure to bookmark them for future reference! All links open in a new browser window.

North Carolina General Assembly Website
North Carolina General Statutes, Session Laws, Pending Bills and Bill Status

Office of Administrative Hearings
North Carolina Administrative Code

North Carolina Court System
AOC Forms, N.C. Appellate Court Opinions, Local Court Intormation

North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission
Regulations Digest and Much More

North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Intranet
Enforcement Division Info, Employee Directory, Employee Policies.  
NOTE:  Password Required for access!

NEW! Online Maps

Flash Earth
This is a web site that provides satellite and aerial images from Microsoft, Google, Yahoo!, Ask.com and NASA, and views are easily switchable from one service to the other. 

This site contains online topographic maps.  It is the front end for a paid service, but you can view any location online for free. You can also download an image of the deired map, but it is a bit tricky...

First, select the "large map" option.  Then, use your browser to save the page with the map on it as "web page complete."  This will download an html file and folder to the location of your choice.  Finally, look in the folder for the getmap.png file for the map image.

Visit KA4PUV.com

How to get sued using your inspection authority!

DISCLAIMER: This site is published and maintained by the instructors and students of the 2008 North Carolina Wildlife Officer Recruit School.  The opinions and content herein are solely those of the individual contributors and do not necessarily reflect the viewpoints or policies of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (NC WRC).  

NC WRC Diamond and Animal loogos are the property of NC WRC and are used here with permission.
"Thunder!  Wildlife Leads The Way..."