Dog Behavior for Law Enforcement
The June 2013 fatal shooting of a pet dog by a police officer in Southern California gained national attention, and underscored the need for officers in the field to have a realistic set of tools with which to better assess situations involving family pets. In direct response to the incident, spcaLA developed Dog Behavior for Law Enforcement.
- Allows officers to effect more positive outcomes involving family dogs
- Reduces the number of deadly force incidents
- Recognizes and articulates detrimental behaviors that put officers in the position to use force
- CalAnimals approved
Dog Behavior for Law Enforcement: COMING SOON!
Police Foundation Study