46th Annual Training Conference held at the October 16-19, 2022
NCARCA 2022 CONFERENCE AGENDA
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When: Wednesday April 27, 2022
This course will take place online via Zoom from 9am - 2pm.
This course focuses on converting performance information into decisions that enhance the effectiveness, efficiency, and equity of local government animal service departments. We will review performance management topics including goal setting, measurement, analysis, decision-making, and best practices. This course is designed for animal service professionals serving in supervisory, middle management, and leadership roles. It offers animal service professionals the tools to use performance metrics to make evidence-based decisions in their organizations. We will employ accessible step-by-step techniques to demystify the performance management process for public managers and present flexible, pragmatic methods to implement these systems.
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Considerations for NC enforcement officers.
When: Wednesday May 25, 2022
Time: 8am - 4pm
Location: 3950 Juvenile Center Rd.
Castle Hayne NC 28429
This free training is open to law enforcement, field services, humane investigators, code enforcement, veterinarians, prosecutors, and judges.
Topics to be covered:
* Reviewing NC's animal crime statue
* Critical evidence collection and documentation
* Report writing, warrants, affidavits
* Animal fighting investigation
* Presenting cases in court
Registration: Please email LETC@humanesociety.org with subject line New Hanover
Community Disaster Preparedness and Planning
Thursday, June 9th, 2022
Location: HSUS of Charlotte
2700 Toomey Ave, Charlotte, NC 28203
HSUS Law Enforcement Training Center is co-hosted by Humane Society of Charlotte.
It's open to law enforcement, animal control, humane investigators, animal services, emergency managers, sheltering professionals and disaster response team volunteers in North Carolina and South Carolina.
A certificate of attendance for 7 hours of continuing education provided upon request.
To Register please email email@example.com with the subject line: NC/SC Disaster
Space is limited so register today!
Nov. 7, 2022 - Nov. 11, 2022
Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office 30 Corban Ave. SE Concord, NC 28025
COST: $650.00 per person
The National Animal Cruelty Investigations School offers a combination of specialized veterinary and law enforcement training. Students from a range of backgrounds – including federal, state and local animal cruelty officers, humane society investigators and board members, police officers and sheriffs’ deputies, court personnel and other citizens – learn from experts about all aspects of animal welfare and safety
Due to the nature of the business, topics discussed and videos shown during the schools will have graphic content and may not be suitable for everyone. Continuing Education - Participants with a grade of 70% or more on the written examination will receive a certificate of completion and 40 continuing education units.
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This virtual webinar was presented by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission for animal control operators across NC on Nov. 5, 2020. It covers information relevant to understanding and providing guidance to the public regarding a variety of wildlife-related issues, from nuisance complaints to injured wildlife to violations of wildlife law. • Introduction – Falyn Owens (NCWRC) – 0:00• Resources for Animal Control Operators – Falyn Owens (NCWRC) - 01:24• Wildlife Laws and Regulations in NC – Daron Barnes (NCWRC) - 16:03• Common Wildlife Issues – Danny Ray (NCWRC) – 01:15:00• Special Cases Handled by USDA-Wildlife Services – Chris Willis (USDA-WS) – 02:36:45• When Wildlife Enforcement Gets Involved – Master Officer Sampson Parker (NCWRC) - 02:59:00
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About this Webinar
Necessity is the mother of invention, and we are continuously amazed at the ingenious and affordable innovations shelters come up with to enhance enrichment in their facilities. We will solicit those ideas from the field and then share your bright ideas.
Presentation developed by Kristen Collins, Vice President, Anti-Cruelty Behavior Rehabilitation, ASPCA
Walk away from this webinar, the final in the four-part series, with enrichment ideas you can try at your shelter.
This 75-minute webinar will benefit any animal shelter professional interested in understanding how enrichment can enhance and maintain behavioral health
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NCARCA Conference for October 2022 at a NEW Location
Holiday Inn Resort Wilmington