The $900,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice's community policing program would fund 12 marine patrol officers, dedicated to enforcement efforts related the Endangered Species Act.
Two marine agents already are assigned to Clallam County waters; one works in Jefferson County.
No assignment decisions have been made for the new officers, if they are
funded, Fish and Wildlife spokesman Craig Bartlett said Thursday.
from Peninsula Daily News, 1/16/01
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