Upcoming Webinars

Live Webinars Are Open To Everyone.
PLUS All NACA Individual Members have free access to the NACA Webinars Archive Library

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Jenny Edwards
11 / 07 / 2019

Arrests for bestiality are on the rise. If it hasn’t occurred in your jurisdiction yet, it likely will at some point. Research indicates that 34% of animal sex abusers also sexually […]

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Diane Robinson
11 / 12 / 2019

Equine husbandry standards vary based on geography, housing, size, age, and a host of other factors. Appreciating the unique welfare needs of horses that are involved in suspected criminal neglect […]

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John Griffin
11 / 19 / 2019

Understanding why and how wild animals thrive in urbanized areas is important to resolving conflicts between humans and wildlife. The information provided will help you improve your agency’s response […]

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Dave Pauli
12 / 03 / 2019

Expand your wildlife live-capture and handling protocols. Discussion will include:

Replacing the NEED to capture or handle wildlife;
Ten Stress Reduction Must Do’s;
Catching the Uncatchable;
Redefining Live-traps;
and The […]

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Claudine Wilkins
12 / 05 / 2019

Liability can occur in various forms. Whether it is an officer-involved dog shooting, animal cruelty, dog bites, improper seizure of an animal, premise liability, malicious prosecution, or other actions, we […]

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Michelle Welch
01 / 07 / 2020

We will explore the underworld of sexual abuse of an animal. Most in the criminal justice community want to turn a blind eye to these cases because they are outside […]

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Adam Leath
01 / 30 / 2020

The animal control officer, law enforcement officer, or humane investigator’s success depends on their ability to leverage both public and private partnerships in the field. This is especially true when […]

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Jake Kamins
02 / 18 / 2020

In 2013, the Oregon State legislature declared that animals are “sentient beings, capable of experiencing pain, stress, and fear,” and “should be cared for in ways that reduce pain, stress, fear, […]

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Claudine Wilkins
02 / 25 / 2020

Many professionals are involved in dangerous dog cases. Learn how important your role is in the cases. This presentation is ideal for law enforcement, animal control officers, prosecutors, 911 dispatchers, EMTs, […]

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Andrew Campbell
03 / 24 / 2020

This webinar provides a unique take on domestic violence prevention, identification, and intervention by enabling participants to develop a multi-disciplinary perspective of violence in the home. Results from my national […]

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Jake Kamins
04 / 23 / 2020

When investigating and prosecuting animal cruelty offenses, the state almost always needs a veterinary expert to prove its case. It is therefore critical for law enforcement to establish strong relationships […]

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Andrew Campbell
05 / 21 / 2020

This webinar will discuss risks for psychological and emotional harm to children, with an emphasis on children who reside in a home or community where violence occurs. Common misconceptions will […]

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Jake Kamins
07 / 30 / 2020

Successful animal cruelty investigations and prosecutions require strong relationships between many agencies and entities. The police, animal services, animal rescue groups, veterinarians, prosecutors, and more have a part to play […]

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Andrew Campbell
09 / 15 / 2020

This webinar will describe the desperate need to bridge critical gaps that currently exist in domestic violence research and literature. We’ll cover improving batterer intervention programs to better address mental […]

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