13 Nov

Professional Animal Control and Enforcement (PACE)

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End Date : 2017-11-16
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Location : Indianapolis, IN


The National Animal Cruelty Investigations School offers a combination of specialized veterinary and law enforcement training. Our nationally recognized faculty of law enforcement, veterinary and animal health experts teach a systematic approach to animal cruelty investigations.

This program is designed for animal control officers and people interested in a career in the animal care and control field.

We offer the National Animal Cruelty Investigations School, but have found that there is a need for basic animal control officer training. This class is designed to give you a working knowledge of the basics of animal control work. There are a couple of practical application exercises within this training. These exercises are designed to walk you through basic skills for doing your job.

• Ethics & Professionalism
• Basic Breed Identification
• Officer Safety – Lecture & Practical
• Animal Behavior & Handling
• Officer Survival
• Basic Photography
• Search & Seizure/ Civil Liability
• Interviewing for ACO’s
• Veterinary Evaluations
• Biosecurity & Zoonosis
• Basic Elements
• Basic Report Writing
• Courtroom Testimony
• Diversity
• Street Procedures – Lecture & Practical

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Membership is open to any individual advocates, experts, agencies, and organizations in the fields of, animal protection, animal health, child protection, domestic violence, judicial, law enforcement, mental health, and policymaking at every level who understands the issues involved in reducing violence against animals. You must be a member to get access to the member only notices and updates.

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