NATIONAL CENTER FOR PROSECUTION OF ANIMAL ABUSE
Training & Webinars
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(by Mary Eklund)
May 23, 2013 from 3-4pm ET
Cases of Animal Abuse: The Role of the Forensic Veterinarian
Presented by Dr. Rachel Touroo, DVM, Director,
Veterinary Forensics, ASPCA Anti-Cruelty
June 20, 2013 from 3-4pm ET
Sheltering Animals & Families Together
(SAF-T)™: A Solution for Abused Families
Presented by Allie Phillips, Director of NDAA's National Center for Prosecution of Animal Abuse
Also see our ARCHIVED WEBINARS
Continuing Legal Education Credits
The Virginia State Bar has certified these webinars for 1 CLE credit. After the live webinar, you may request a Uniform Certificate of Attendance from NDAA to be submitted to your state bar for continuing legal education credits. You must be on the webinar for the full hour and must have your browser open to only the webinar (you cannot have any other screen open, including a screen to take notes) otherwise we cannot verify your participation. Upon request, NDAA will verify your participation and send you the appropriate forms. Please email NCPAA for this document.
Other webinars from our partners at ASPCA
Check out two free anti-cruelty online courses on Combating Dogfighting and Investigating Animal Abuse for Law Enforcement offered by our partner at ASPCA.
May 14, 2013
Allie Phillips will present on “Caught in the Cross Fire: When the Abuse of Animals Co-Occurs with Family Violence” at the Washington State Children’s Justice Conference in Seattle, Washington.