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Do you have a love of the outdoors and a passion for fish and wildlife conservation? The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Law Enforcement Division (LED) is currently accepting applications for wildlife officers and cadets.

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All prospective candidates are encouraged to extensively review informational materials on the LED website before contacting CDFW with questions.

CDFW wildlife officers are fully sworn California peace officers with a fundamental duty to serve and protect the public. Wildlife officers focus their efforts on enforcing the Fish and Game Code and regulations promulgated under that code, but they have the authority to enforce all California laws, including the Vehicle Code, Penal Code, Health and Safety drug laws and more. Most know how wildlife officers protect California fish and wildlife from poachers – but there’s much more! Wildlife officers protect our waterways and habitat from destruction, pollution and litter, provide the public with hunting and fishing information, and promote and coordinate hunter education and safe weapons handling.

Wildlife officers patrol the mountains, valleys, deserts, creeks, streams, rivers and up to 200 miles out to sea. They frequently work alone and cover both rural and urban areas. California’s diverse ecosystem spans 159,000 square miles divided into 58 counties, with a human population nearing 40 million. The state has 1,100 miles of coastline, 30,000 miles of rivers and streams, 4,800 lakes and reservoirs, and 80 major rivers. Wildlife officers patrol utilizing trucks, ATVs, personal watercraft, boats, snowmobiles and airplanes, making contact with Californians in the great outdoors. Wildlife officers work undercover, conduct surveillances and complete in-depth investigations, including writing and serving search warrants. CDFW LED has numerous specialized teams and assignments including K-9, wildlife trafficking, marijuana eradication and watershed protection, marine patrol, and oil spill prevention and response.

Annually, wildlife officers make contact with more than 295,000 people and issue more than 15,000 citations for violations of the law.

Successful applicants for warden cadet will attend a Peace Officer Standards of Training (POST) certified law enforcement training academy, conducted by CDFW at Butte College, near Chico in northern California. Following the academy, probationary wildlife officers will work with a seasoned field training officer for several weeks, where they will learn to apply their training in practical circumstances.

Chapter2.ProActive Installation

ProActive is made available for download under a LGPL license . ProActive requires the JDK 1.5 or later to be installed on your computer. Please note that ProActive will NOT run with any version prior to 1.5 since some features introduced in JDK 1.5 are essential.

2.1.Quick Start

2.1.1.To Test ProActive with the examples

Download and unzip the ProActive archive

Set the variable to the Java distribution you want to use

Launch the scripts located in or

no other setting is necessary since the scripts given with the example take care of everything

2.1.2.To develop with ProActive

Include in your the ProActive jar file (ProActive/ProActive.jar) along with

Depending on your project needs, you might need to include other libraries located in the ProActive/lib directory.

Don't forget to launch the JVM with a using the option A basic policy file can be found at ProActive/scripts/ You can also specify a with the property . If not specified a default logger that logs on the console will be created.

Below are described the different steps in more details.

2.2.Download and expand the archive

You can download the archive file (a standard zip file) containing ProActive from the
of the ProActive home page. You will be asked to accept the licence agreement and provide a few personal details including your email address. You will then within a few minutes receive an email.

Unzip the archive using your favorite ZIP program, such as Winzip under Windows or the unzip command-line utility on most Unix systems. Unzipping the archive creates a ProActive directory and all the files contained in the archive go into this directory and its subdirectories.


Here is a quick overview of the directory structure of the archive:

2.3.Run a few examples for testing

You can try to run the test applications provided with ProActive. Each example comes with a script to launch the application. Depending on you operating system, the script you need to launch is located either in ProActive/scripts/unix or ProActive/scripts/windows . The source code of all examples can be found in the directory ProActive/src/org/objectweb/proactive/examples .

2.3.1.Local Example 1: Hello world !

A simple example

script : or

source :

2.3.2.Local Example 2: Reader/Writer

This example is the ProActive version of the Readers/Writers canonical problem. To illustrate the ease-of-use of the ProActive model, different synchronization policies can be applied without even stopping the application. This example is based on a easy to use Swing GUI.

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