DEEP: Environmental Conservation Police
Environmental Conservation Police
Environmental Conservation Police
 Amnesty Day for Prohibited Exotic Animals
  The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) in cooperation with Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo, Bridgeport will hold an Exotic Animal Amnesty Day at the zoo on March 31 to provide a convenient, safe, and “no questions asked” way for people to surrender exotic animals that are now illegal to own in Connecticut.
 Commendations and Complaints
  Connecticut takes pride in acknowledging our Environmetal Conservation Police for their service; however it can be hard for the division to recognize these accomplishments without the help of the public.
 EnCon Police - History
 EnCon Police - Report
  Connecticut Environmental Conservation Police - Reports
 Environmental Conservation Police Officers
 Sport License Suspension Guidelines
  In accordance with Connecticut General Statute (C.G.S.) 26-61, the payment of a fine, forfeiture of a bond or a plea or judgment of guilty for fishing, hunting and trapping violations may result in the suspension of all sport fishing, hunting and trapping licenses and privileges.
 State Environmental Conservation Police
 State Environmental Conservation Police Who We Are