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Federal and Local Cooperation

Why was the US Bureau of Land Management created by the federal government, and what are its specific areas of responsibility?
How does this organization work with local law enforcement to enhance the mission or goals of those local agencies?
Do you feel that this cooperation between the local, state, and federal law enforcement land management agency has had a positive effect on both organizations, and if so, why? If you feel that the effect was negative, respond with your reasoning and explain what you would do to rectify this problem?

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Why was the US Bureau of Land Management created by the federal government, and what are its specific areas of responsibility?

The US Bureau of Land Management was established to ensure that sustainment of healthy, productive, and diverse public lands would be capable so that future generations would be able to use and enjoy these public lands like current generations enjoy public lands. The BLM is responsible for maintaining custody of nearly nine million ...

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Why the United States Bureau of Land Management created by the federal government is determined. The specific areas of responsibility are provided.

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