NATIONAL CENTER FOR PROSECUTION OF ANIMAL ABUSE
Training & Webinars
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(by Mary Eklund)
August 13, 2014 from 3-4pm eastern
Grant Writing 101:
Securing Funding for Animal Care
By Adam Liebling, Director of Grants Compliance & Communication Grants Management, ASPCA
Feeding, housing, and caring for seized animals can be a costly necessity within an animal cruelty case. Learn how to find and be awarded grants to help defray these unexpected costs. Presenter Adam Liebling will share tips and tricks to improve your chances of securing funding. He will also point out the pitfalls to avoid when writing a grant application. This webinar will benefit professionals in prosecution, law enforcement, animal welfare, and forensics who are seeking funding for their work.
October 16, 2013 from 3-4pm eastern
Collaborative Animal Cruelty Investigations
By Joe Stafford (Director of Animal Law Enforcement) and Rod Novotny (Animal Law Enforcement Training Manager) with the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, Colorado
Learn how the people of Colorado Springs are working together to protect public safety and combat animal cruelty. Sergeant Novotny and Chief Stafford, of Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, will explain how they work collaboratively within their community to address animal abuse and neglect. Explore the steps to conducting a thorough and impartial investigation – from the initial report through successful judicial resolution. Understand the goals of your investigation and identify the key individuals that may need to be involved in a successful case. This webinar will benefit prosecutors, law enforcement, animal control, shelter workers, veterinarians and anyone participating in the investigation of animal cruelty.
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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.
Check back for future trainings.