Training on Archaeological Resource Protection
The Training on Archaeological Resource Protection is a six hour class designed to familiarize State, Federal, and County Law Enforcement agencies with archaeological resources and the laws that protect them. Each class focuses on the archaeological resources and problems particular to the region where the class in held. View a sample schedule (PDF).
- Learn about Historic Preservation laws with regard to protecting archaeological resources on state managed lands and the role of law enforcement in managing and protecting cultural resources
- Discover the role of the Division of Historical Resources and the Bureau of Archaeological Research in the management of state owned archaeological resources
- Become better aware of the nature of Archaeological Sites and the importance of preserving them
- Learn how to respond to archaeological resource crimes
Next Scheduled Training Course dates:
Currently there are none planned.
If you are interest in attending fill out a registration form and send it to Daniel Seinfeld.
BAR is in the process of scheduling additional courses. If you are interested in hosting a class please contact Daniel Seinfeld.