If it’s in a position to injure, or cause injury to a human then it meets a quick end. My girls (both under 10) recently found a very fat snake under a piece of plywood, and decided to poke it with a stick and make it angry, I wasn’t able to get there quick enough. I don’t know what kind of snake it was, but when it was angry it came at them and my youngest tripped and bloodied her nose. Their fault for angering the snake, but it caused injury to a human. It met a shovel. This is why they die immediately if they are a risk. If they stay in the woods then they can eat the mice and squirrels til their little bellies pop.