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SPCATB: Upcoming Animal Advocacy Seminar - Oct 24

From: Justine V.
Sent on: Thursday, September 26, 2013 11:32 AM

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Sent: Wednesday, September 25,[masked]:01 PM
Subject: Upcoming Animal Advocacy Seminar - Oct 24

Holiday Pet and Family Photo Days!
The Human Factor in Animal Abuse
Thursday, October 24th   |   6-9pm

FREE and open to the public

3 CE Credits available for law enforcement personnel,
guidance counselors and social workers - $10 fee, pay at door

Panel discussions by
Circuit Judge Bill Burgess
Jim Helinger, Esq.
Martha Boden, SPCA
Jill Purl, SPCA
 Doug Brightwell, PCAS

on Being a Better Bystander and the
Sox Abuse Case, Todd Walker Abuse Case,
and Robert Pettyjohn Llama Abuse Case

Presented By:

Featured speakers:
  • Laura Spellman, Largo Police Department
  • Joan Rueben and Denise Thornton, Pinellas County School Board
  • Suzanne Horn, CASA
  • Denise Hughes-Conlon, PERC
  • Circuit Judge William H. Burgess III
  • Jim Hellinger, Esquire
  • Doug Brightwell, Pinellas County Animal Services
  • Sharon Hauser, Jill Purl and Martha Boden, SPCA Tampa Bay

 Seminar will be held at:
The Ike & Libby Einherst Education Center 
at SPCA Tampa Bay
[masked]thAvenue North in Largo
      Topics include:
  • Patterns of abuse in animal cruelty and human violence
  • How to be a better bystander for animals and people
  • SPCA Tampa Bay and Pinellas County Animal Services’ investigative role.
  • Several notable animal cruelty cases in Pinellas’ history will be presented, including the Eldred/Pettyjohn case. Circuit Judge Burgess, who served as the assistant state attorney on this case - which is thought to be the most horrendous one in recent county history - will review steps taken in the investigation, prosecution and conviction of the perpetrators in this case.  

Mailing Address:
SPCA Tampa Bay
[masked]th Avenue North
Largo, FL 33733

Contact Name: Nora Hawkins
Telephone Number: (727)[masked]

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