"You're crucial to our law enforcement efforts," says Captain Rick Olson with the Division of Wildlife Resources. "We need your eyes, your help and your support."We need your help to protect your wildlife." Olson says DWR officers catch plenty of wildlife violators on their own. But many more violators—including many who commit serious wildlife crimes—are caught because someone was watching and called the DWR. With many of Utah's hunting seasons underway, Olson says it's vital that you report any suspicious activity you see. You can report by calling the hotline—1-800-662-3337—is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.