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  • christine@eastbayanimaladvocates.org
    Greetings, On Monday, January 31 at 7:30 PM at Golden Lotus (1301 Franklin Street, Oakland), local advocates will gather to establish a humane law enforcement
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 19, 2005
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      Greetings,

      On Monday, January 31 at 7:30 PM at Golden Lotus (1301 Franklin Street,
      Oakland), local advocates will gather to establish a humane law
      enforcement effort based in the Bay Area. Learn how you can protect
      animals through the legal system. Find out how you can become a humane
      officer and make a difference in your community!

      Several Bay Area residents are in the process of becoming humane
      officers. If you are interested in training to become an officer,
      please read about this exciting opportunity below:

      ***Animal Law Enforcement Training Basic Academy***

      March 7 - March 18, 2005 (80 hours)
      Training Site: The Marin Humane Society

      The Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy includes 80 hours (ten days)
      of study on such topics as animal care, impound procedures, animal
      fighting, elements of a crime, investigation, rules of evidence, law
      enforcement, report writing, search and seizure, laws of arrest, the
      veterinarian�s role, legal procedures, court demeanor and testifying,
      civil and criminal liability, humane laws, and child abuse. The
      Academy provides the 20 hours of training in animal care required for
      appointment as a humane officer and the 40 hours of training in
      California humane laws related to the powers and duties of a humane
      officer required for appointment and reappointment as a humane officer
      under California Corporations Code section 14502.

      Sponsored and provided by The Marin Humane Society, the State Humane
      Association of California, and Santa Rosa Junior College.

      Email or fax -- (707) 836-2948 -- your request for enrollment to Cheryl
      Cole at Santa Rosa Junior College with the following information:

      1. Name of student(s);
      2. Department name (if with an agency);
      3. Contact person; and
      4. Day-time phone number.

      For further questions regarding registration, please contact Cheryl at
      (707) 836-2909.

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      Sincerely,

      Christine Morrissey
      Phone: (925) 487-4419
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