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Animal cruelty and violent crime: how prosecuting animal crimes can save lives
The Humane Society of the United States’ Law Enforcement Training Center trains thousands of law enforcement officers each year on the investigation and prosecution of illegal animal cruelty and fighting crimes. This course, hosted by the New York State Animal Protection Federation, will cover the fundamentals of animal cruelty investigations, including their cooccurrence with violent crime, and how to assess, document and prosecute potential violations of New York law.

Erin Aiello has been an assistant district attorney for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for eight years. Working for three different district attorney offices, she has had the opportunity to serve both urban and rural communities. Officially, her primary caseload is and has been the prosecution of abuse related crimes such as child abuse, sexual assault, and domestic violence. Unofficially, Erin has been her own one-person animal cruelty unit in every office she has joined. Currently, Erin works in the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Unit in the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office, where she focuses primarily on the prosecution of high risk domestic violence offenders.

Mar 11, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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