Tools & Tips
When investigation into cruelty cases is needed, our tools can help you identify the needs, accurately record the information and move to a successful prosecution.
In times of crisis, you’ll be glad to have these cruelty forms for your investigation.
Want to help combat & prevent blood sports? ASPCA training can provide the tools you need.
An ASPCA grant to the University of Missouri extension Law Enforcement Training Institute is funding scholarship opportunities for certification in humane investigation.
This session will break down the multiple components of running a companion animal temporary shelter in response to a large-scale cruelty case or natural disaster.
Cruelty to animals is now recognized as a part of the broader landscape of family violence, with strong links evident between animal mistreatment and child abuse, domestic violence and cruelty to elders.
This easy-to-use interactive reference guide introduces the terms and lingo involved in dogfighting.
Watch ten online, self-paced courses presented by the ASPCA Field Investigations and Response (FIR) Department. The courses explore issues critical to successful investigations and response for animals in crisis, including animals in natural or man-made disaster situations.
The ASPCA offers two free, self-paced online courses which have been approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) for animal control officers.
The ASPCA's anti-cruelty e-learning program includes the following self-paced, free online courses.