In 1998, former prosecutor
Claudine Wilkins created the Animal Protection Conference and Expo upon learning animal abuse cases were routinely falling through the cracks and recognizing animal cruelty escalated to other victims.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The Animal Protection Conference and Expo is THE place to connect with other professionals and animal advocates to share ideas about how we can stop animal crimes and save more lives. Volunteers are vital to animal welfare and we want to see you there too.
This conference and expo is the perfect event for the following:
• Prosecutors, Civil Attorneys, Judges & Lawmakers
• Law Enforcement Officers
• Animal Control Officers, Department of Agriculture & Other Regulatory Inspectors
• Veterinarians, Vet Techs
• Equine Specialists
• Shelter and Rescue/Foster Professionals
• Animal Behaviorists and Training Professionals
• Professional and
• Pet Industry Leaders
• Public Safety Professionals, Teachers, Realtors and Social Workers
• Domestic Violence, Child/Elder Protection, Violence Interceptors
and Animal Welfare Advocates
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
Opportunities to earn continuing education credits and a course completion certification to add to your resume are available:
28 CLE Approved Hours for Attorneys. The registration fee does not include CLE fees. The Georgia Bar member attendees will be billed directly by the GA Bar soon after the conference at $4 per hour on their CLE transcript for this conference. Your confirmation of attendance will automatically be sent to the Georgia Bar.
27 LEAP for legal education veterinarians, requested (Vets/Vet Techs), Confirmed
4 CEU for Veterinary General Courses, requested (Vets/Vet Techs), Confirmed
16 POST Hours for Law Enforcement Officers, approved,
2 NACA Hours (National Animal Control Association) for Animal Control, Approved
14.5 IAABC Credit Hours (animal behaviorist & dog trainers), Approved
Certificate of Course Completion (Any attendee will receive upon request).