HUMANE SOCIETY AGENT TRAINING
The Ohio Animal Welfare Federation offers Humane Society Agent training in compliance with OAC 109:2-15-02 using curriculum approved by the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission. It is intended only for persons who have been approved by a county humane society to become a Humane Society Agent, other law enforcement, or others who are associated with a law enforcement agency and have a legitimate need for this information to promote animal welfare. Completion of this training is only the first step in becoming a commissioned Humane Society Agent. All Humane Society Agents must:
For Additional information on who can enforce ORC Section 959, click here.
If you are in need of Humane Society Training, please contact the Ohio Animal Welfare Federation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-270-8030.
OTHER EVENTS AND TRAINING OF INTEREST
These programs are not sponsored by the Ohio Animal Welfare Federation. For questions or registration, please contact the sponsoring organization.
July 14 at 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Are you a community cat advocate working in the field or interested in getting your city to start a community cat TNR program? This presentation on community cats (feral, stray, lost, owned) will cover everything you ever wanted to know about community cats . . .and everything you didn't know you wanted to know about community cats . . .abridged. The presentation will be virtual and is hosted by The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) Companion Animal team and will feature national expert and frequent conference speaker, Danielle Bays, Senior Analyst, Cat Protection & Policy. Click here to register.
Resources and learning opportunities designed to further the eradication of systemic discrimination and racism in animal welfare.
Ohio Fed webinars are made possible by a generous sponsorship by:
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