News Releases

FOREST SERVICE RANGERS AT RECORD LOW LEVELS

Assaults and Threats against Forest Workers Spike but Decline in Other Agencies

U.S. PARK POLICE FORCE LEVELS DROPPING – ESPECIALLY IN DC

Fewer Park Police Despite Record Visitation and Anti-Trump Demonstrations

PARK RANGER FORCE CONTINUES SHRIVELING AS VISITATION SWELLS

Park Law Enforcement Program Adrift without Standards, Resources or Leadership

FOREST SERVICE SCALPED ON TONGASS TIMBER SALES

Bad Sales Cost Taxpayers & Alaska Schools Big Money and Hurt the Forest

MALHEUR SIEGE STILL SHADOWS RANGE AND REFUGES

Survey Reflects Federal Land Management Workers’ Growing Safety Worries

MORE THAN HALF OF WILDLIFE REFUGES LACK OWN MANAGER

Malheur Refuge Still Closed as Refuge System Is Hollowed Out from Within

OPEN SEASON ON HARASSING FISHERIES OBSERVERS

Assaults More than Double in Two Years with No Reported Enforcement

PARK RANGER NUMBERS SHRINK AS VISITATION SWELLS

Fewer Permanent and Seasonal Law Enforcement Rangers than a Decade Ago

HEATED RHETORIC ON NEVADA MONUMENT INVITES CONFRONTATION

Federal Employees in the West Put in Crosshairs by Superheated Political Rhetoric

FOREST SERVICE COPS AGAIN CALL FOR CHANGE BUT LOSING HOPE

Official Survey Shows Law Enforcement Officers Ill-Equipped, Alienated and Adrift