For law enforcement, public safety comes as the number one priority. One of the many ways that OHV law enforcement accomplishes that goal is through trail assists out in the field. This entails responding to and investigating OHV accidents, providing first responder first aid to injured riders, and assisting trail users with vehicle repair and recovery operations. Having these services available to you in the field creates a better user experience, especially when you are way out in the back country.
In the 2014 season, the off-highway vehicle law enforcement program had 3,222 recorded contacts with outdoor users, 19 percent of which were from out of state. There were also over 100 hunting and fishing license checks completed.