Education of Law Enforcement & Animal Control


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patterned after OH's Farm Bureau’s Animal Ag 101 program. It is a great tool b/c in addition to teaching LEO’s about equine it connected them with local farmers and veterinarians who might be able to help them in cases of emergencies or if they just needed advice.  Nov 3, 2016, 6:35 AM Ken Carpenter
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The Arizona Horse Council has been hosting “Equine Abuse and Neglect Investigation” classes at Arizona Peace Officer Standards of Training (AZPOST) for five years. The class is eligible for 8 hours of continuing education credit for law enforcement.  Nov 6, 2016, 3:47 PM Ken Carpenter
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ID has a program called BEES with these key topics. Basic Equine Evaluation and Safety. Acronym  Nov 9, 2016, 4:51 AM Ken Carpenter
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The Council provides Livestock Investigation Training in partnership with the Ky Cattlemen's Association. The training is offered to Animal Control Officers, Sheriffs, and other Ky law enforcement officials and prosecutors throughout the Commonwealth. A Level I class is offered once per year, and a Level II class is conducted once yearly if needed.  Nov 3, 2016, 5:24 AM Ken Carpenter
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The Equine Cruelty Investigation Series at Days End Farm Horse Rescue (DEFHR) is a seminar series designed to help cruelty investigators feel confident working with and handling equines. Any cruelty investigator who does not work with horses on a regular basis would benefit from this instruction.  Nov 2, 2016, 11:10 AM Ken Carpenter
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Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue (TLAER TM) is not disaster medicine. It is not field (ditch) medicine. TLAER does NOT refer to “salvage / rescue” of neglected, starving or abused animals – although many of the techniques may be utilized on those types of scenes or in rehabilitation facilities. It is the practical Considerations, Behavioral Understanding, Specialty Equipment, Techniques, Methodologies and Tactics behind the safe extrication of a live large animal from entrapments (trailer wrecks, ditches, mud, barn fires) in local emergencies and disaster areas.  Nov 2, 2016, 2:11 PM Ken Carpenter
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