Basic Animal Law Enforcement Academy
Monday, September 9 - Friday, September 20, 2013
Each year, the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA in cooperation with the The Humane Association of California and the California Veterinary Medical Association, provides a Basic Animal Law Enforcement Academy.
The Basic Animal Law Enforcement Academy (also known as the Humane Academy), is intended to provide training in California humane laws and appropriate animal care. This course can satisfy the requirements mandated by section 14502 of the California Corporations Code for appointment and reappontment as a humane officer (the final decision as to whether a course satisfies the training requirements rests with the superior court charged with confirming appointment or reapointment).
|80 hours of instruction will be provided to the attendees of the Academy including the following:
California Animal Law
- Introduction to cruelty
- Abuse and neglect laws
- Elements of a crime
- Investigating a crime
- Investigation procedures
- Search and seizure laws
- Laws of arrest
- Interviewing and interrogation techniques (Miranda warnings)
- Courtroom demeanor and testimony
- Rules of evidence (chain of custody)
- Report writing
- Civil and criminal liability
- Child and elder abuse.
- General husbandry
- Appropriate care
- Proper health care protocols
- How to read animal body postures
- Breed identification
- Basic animal handling
- Use and type of animal capture equipment
Registrants must attend all 80 hours of instruction to receive a completion certificate.
San Diego Humane Society and SPCA
5500 Gaines Street
San Diego, CA 92110
9/9/13 - 9/20/13
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm
Fee is $350
Online registration will open June 3, 2013.
For additional information
phone: Bruce DuChien 619.243.3416 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information regarding the requirements for becoming a Humane Officer, please visit www.californiastatehumane.org.