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September 2019

Infrared Thermometry Certification: Orange City, FL

September 25 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Orange City Fire Department, 215 North Holly Avenue
Orange City, FL 32763 United States
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American Animal Cruelty Investigations School (AACIS) Doug Eddins. Infrared Thermometry Certification Course

Course Description This 6 hour course explores the technological advantages of using infrared thermometry in animal cruelty investigations and incidents of animals left unattended in hot vehicles or cold environments.  Topics include the fundamentals of infrared radiation, IR thermometry devices, hypothermia and hyperthermia in animals, constitutional law, and proper incident documentation.  This course is designed to endure even the toughest cross-examination in court by covering all aspects of equipment calibration, officer training, and temperature measurement technique. Students attending this course are issued…

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October 2019

Infrared Thermometry Certification: Smithfield, RI

October 7 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Smithfield Police Department, 215 Pleasant View Avenue
Smithfield, RI 02917 United States
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American Animal Cruelty Investigations School (AACIS) Doug Eddins. Infrared Thermometry Certification Course

Course Description This 6 hour course explores the technological advantages of using infrared thermometry in animal cruelty investigations and incidents of animals left unattended in hot vehicles or cold environments.  Topics include the fundamentals of infrared radiation, IR thermometry devices, hypothermia and hyperthermia in animals, constitutional law, and proper incident documentation.  This course is designed to endure even the toughest cross-examination in court by covering all aspects of equipment calibration, officer training, and temperature measurement technique. Students attending this course are issued…

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FTO Certification: Green Cove Springs, FL

October 14 @ 8:00 am - October 17 @ 5:00 pm
Escambia County Public Safety Building, 6575 North W Street
Pensacola, 32504 United States
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American Animal Cruelty Investigations School (AACIS) Field Training Officer Certification Course

Animal Control Field Training Officer Certification Course Description The Animal Control Field Training Officer (FTO) Certification course is a forty (40) hour course designed to provide officers seeking an FTO certification the training, resources, and curriculum to be an effective field training officer. The course is comprised of lectures, hands-on training activities, and student presentations/discussions. Course Topics This course utilizes lectures from the core training blocks (CTBs) of the American Animal Cruelty Investigations School’s Training Curriculum.  The required lectures are…

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Infrared Thermometry Certification: Green Cove Springs, FL

October 17 @ 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Clay County Emergency Services Dept, 2519 State Road 16 West
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 United States
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American Animal Cruelty Investigations School (AACIS) Doug Eddins. Infrared Thermometry Certification Course

Course Description This 6 hour course explores the technological advantages of using infrared thermometry in animal cruelty investigations and incidents of animals left unattended in hot vehicles or cold environments.  Topics include the fundamentals of infrared radiation, IR thermometry devices, hypothermia and hyperthermia in animals, constitutional law, and proper incident documentation.  This course is designed to endure even the toughest cross-examination in court by covering all aspects of equipment calibration, officer training, and temperature measurement technique. Students attending this course are issued…

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Bite Stick / O.C. Spray Certification: Green Cove Springs, FL

October 18 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Clay County Emergency Services Dept, 2519 State Road 16 West
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 United States
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Bite Stick Certification Course Description This course teaches officers the proper use bite sticks in situations involving aggressive animals. This course is designed for law enforcement, animal control, and professionals who may encounter aggressive animals as part of their daily duties. Course Topics Training Block A: Introduction to Oleoresin Capsicum Spray Components of bite sticks Dangerous dogs Liability considerations for using bite sticks Training Block B: Officer Safety Reactionary gaps with animals Officer, public, and animal safety considerations Proper target areas Training Block C:…

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Florida ACO Certification – Panama City, FL

October 21 @ 12:00 am - October 24 @ 12:00 am
Gulf Coast State College, 637 Highway 2300
Panama City, FL 32409 United States
American Animal Cruelty Investigations School (AACIS) Animal Control Officer Certification Course

Course Description The Basic Animal Control Officer Certification course is a forty (40) hour course designed for those seeking employment in the field of animal control, new animal control officers seeking general training, and officers seeking state-mandated training requirements.  The course is comprised of lectures, hands-on training activities, and student presentations/discussions. Course Topics This course utilizes lectures from the core training blocks (CTBs) of the American Animal Cruelty Investigations School’s Training Curriculum.  The required lectures are appropriately weighted in their…

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Alabama ACO Certification – Birmingham, AL

October 28 @ 12:00 am - October 31 @ 12:00 am
Greater Birmingham Humane Society, 300 Snow Drive
Birmingham, AL 35209 United States
American Animal Cruelty Investigations School (AACIS) Animal Control Officer Certification Course

Course Description The Basic Animal Control Officer Certification course is a forty (40) hour course designed for those seeking employment in the field of animal control, new animal control officers seeking general training, and officers seeking state-mandated training requirements.  The course is comprised of lectures, hands-on training activities, and student presentations/discussions. Course Topics This course utilizes lectures from the core training blocks (CTBs) of the American Animal Cruelty Investigations School’s Training Curriculum.  The required lectures are appropriately weighted in their…

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November 2019

Professional Equine Investigations: Pensacola, FL

November 4 @ 8:00 am - November 7 @ 5:00 pm
Escambia County Public Safety Building, 6575 North W Street
Pensacola, 32504 United States
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