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Certified Animal Cruelty Investigator Course Description


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									            Certified Animal Cruelty Investigator Course Description

Career Development Institute (through various colleges http://www.cditraining.org/index.htm ) is
offering the Animal Cruelty Investigators Course approved by the New Jersey Department of Health
and Senior Services and the New Jersey Police Training Commission. Over the course of seven (7)
classroom days you will have to opportunity to be taught by, interact with, and build relationships
with six (6) of the foremost experts in the State of New Jersey regarding Animal Cruelty (the
following is a link to the biographies of the faculty instructing in this class

Anyone wishing to understand the issue of animal cruelty, the animal cruelty laws and their
enforcement may and should attend this course. This includes animal control officers, kennel
managers, shelter workers, rescue group personnel, and volunteers.

Course Content:


Taught by M. Melchionne, Chief Animal Cruelty Investigator

What is Animal Cruelty? Cults. Investigating Animal Cruelty. Professionalism & Role of the


Taught by Mr. John Saccenti, NJ Division of Criminal Justice (retired)

The Criminal Justice System. Search of Buildings. Observation & Perception. Identifying,
Collecting, and Preserving Evidence.

Taught by Mr. William Kelley Deputy Chief, Elizabeth Police Department (retired)

 Interview and Interrogation

Taught by Mr. William Zaorski, Deputy Attorney General NJ Division of Criminal Justice

Animal Cruelty Statutes. Legal Authority and Liabilities. Arrest, Search, and Seizure.


Taught by Mr. John Saccenti, NJ Division of Criminal Justice

Communications, Community Relations, News & Media Relations. Note & Report Taking.
Agricultural Bioterrorism

Taught by Ms. Toni Hendricksen, JD., State of New Jersey Attorney Generals Office

Courtroom Testimony


Taught by Tim Vasquez, NJ Division of Criminal Justice Investigator (retired)

Defensive Techniques and Handcuffing

Successful completion of this course is required for appointment as an Animal Cruelty Investigator
by a New Jersey Municipality and meets the requirements of N.J.A.C. 8:23A-2.6.

Enrollment is open to any person 18 years of age or older.

While enrollment is limited we hope to accommodate all applicants.

        For further information or registration please contact:

                                Career Development Institute
                            1.800.244.6921   www.cditraining.org.

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