It's up to local Bureau of Land Management Law Enforcement Ranger J.
What does LER stand for?
LER stands for Law Enforcement Ranger
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of LER
We have 74 other meanings of LER in our Acronym Attic
- Laboratori d'Enginyeria Química I Ambiental (Catalonia, Spain)
- Label Edge Router
- Laboratoire d'Etude de Radiopharmaceutiques (French)
- Laboratorium voor Ecologische Risicobeoordeling
- Labyrinth Excluder Ring (engineering)
- Land Equivalent Ratio
- Land, Easement, and Right of Way
- Language Equivalence Relations
- LANSCE/Energy Research Program
- Launcher Equipment Room
- Leaf Elongation Rate (botany)
- Lebensgestaltung Ethik Religionskunde (German: Design life of Ethics Religious Studies)
- Lepidoptera of Eretna State
- Lesão por Esforço Repetitivo (Portuguese: Repetitive Strain Injury)
- Licensee Event Report
- Licensing Economics Review (newsletter)
- Light Emitting Resistor (a resistor burning up)
- Line Edge Roughness (semiconductor fabrication)
- Local Electrical Room
- Local Equipment Room
Samples in periodicals archive:
And honestly our law enforcement rangers who are authorized to carry weapons on duty and do carry weapons with them into the back country, carry a canister of pepper spray.
We believe the public should be aware of the consequences of Coburn's amendment," cautions Doug Morris, a member of the CNPSR executive council and a former law enforcement ranger and park superintendent in the NPS.
According to the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, there were 1,841 permanent and 616 seasonal law enforcement rangers in 1980.
Rangers in Danger Being a law enforcement ranger has become more dangerous in the last year, a fact borne out by a tragic episode that occurred at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument on August 9, 2002.
Law enforcement ranger Nevada Barr uses the national parks as a backdrop for her mystery novels.