Conference

National Animal Care and Control Professional
Training Conference

MOVING TOWARDS MASTERY

THIS CONFERENCE IS DESIGNED FOR:

Animal Control Officers - Law Enforcement Officers - Animal Cruelty Investigators

Veterinary Staff - Managers - Shelter Staff - Prosecutors

Orlando, Florida
November 12-13, 2021

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CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES

REGISTRATION TYPE 1 DAY 2 DAY DEADLINE
Early Registration Fee $200 $325 Sep 24, 2021
General Registration Fee $225 $350 Oct 15, 2021
Late Registration Fee $250 $375 Oct 29, 2021

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Conference Meals

The culinary team of the Florida Hotel and Conference Center takes great pride in its innovative approach to catering events. The following meals are included in the cost of the conference registration:

Day One: Lunch and Dinner
Day Two: Break and Lunch

Food menus will be provided as they become available.

ROOM RESERVATIONS
407-859-1500

HOTEL ROOMS

The Florida Hotel and Conference Center has blocked off a set of rooms for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night. These rooms will be provided to registrants on a first come, first served basis at a rate of $135.00 per night plus taxes. In the event that the hotel sells out of these rooms, please contact AACIS at 850 898-0011 and we can help with reservations with nearby hotels.

MAKE RESERVATIONS TODAY:

FLORIDA HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTER
1500 Sand Lake Road
Orlando, FL 32809
(407) 859-1500

Conference Meals

The culinary team of the Florida Hotel and Conference Center takes great pride in its innovative approach to catering events. The following meals are included in the cost of the conference registration:

Day One: Lunch and Dinner
Day Two: Breakfast and Lunch

Food menus will be provided as they become available.

WIN A TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP!

Scholarship

$24,000 SCHOLARSHIP GIVEAWAY

The American Animal Cruelty Investigations School will be giving away $24,000 in training scholarships as door prizes at the conference. These scholarships will be awarded at various times during the training conference; you must be present to receive your scholarship.

Additionally, every 10th conference registrant will receive a $300 scholarship that can be applied to any certification course offered by the American Animal Cruelty Investigations School. Each scholarship will be good for any of the following certification classes:

  • Advanced Animal Control Officer
  • Bite Stick / O.C. Spray
  • Chemical Immobilization Technician
  • Canine & Feline Investigator
  • Euthanasia Technician
  • Equine Investigator
  • Livestock Investigator
  • Exotics and Reptile Investigator
  • Dangerous Dog Investigator
  • Animal Shelter Technician

Conference Topics

Investigative Infrared
Thermometry

Bob Salisbury
Animal Control Officer
Smithfield, RI

Dangerous Dog
Investigations

Justin McClure
Animal Compliance Officer
Marion County, FL

Social Media & Professionalism

Chris Westmoreland
Animal Services Director
Calhoun County, AL

Building Agency Relationships

Cierra Burns
Assistant States Attorney
Escambia County, FL

Crime Scene
Analysis

Lacey Oden
Crime Scene Tech
Escambia County, FL

Officer
Field Safety

Keith Sechrist
Animal Control Officer
Lee County, FL

Top 10 Investigation
Mistakes

Stephanie Eddins
Lead Cruelty Investigator
Escambia County, FL

The Duty of
Public Service

James Sweet
Animal Services Director
Marion County, FL

Euthanasia
Refresher Course

Marty Pruitt
Animal Control Officer
Nassau County, FL

Collaborative
Shelter Operations

Kathy Beatson
Animal Services Director
Bay County, FL

Chemical Capture Refresher Course

Doug Eddins
Executive Director
AACIS

Disciplinary
Investigations

Mark Kumpf
Director
Detroit Animal Services

Hoarding
Investigations

Doug Eddins
Executive Director
AACIS

Effective Field Communication

Tammy Mello
Special Agent
Rhode Island SPCA

Animal Welfare
Assessments

Marty Pruitt
Animal Control Officer
Nassau County, FL

Officer
Survival

Greg May
Public Safety Coordinator
Gulf Coast State College

Animal Shelter
Safety

Kevin Hearst
Instructor
L.E.T.I.

Landlord/Tenant Procedures

Keith Sechrist
Animal Control Officer
Lee County, FL

Equine
Investigations

Tammy Mello
Special Agent
Rhode Island SPCA

Livestock
Safety

Monica Auci
Animal Services Manager
Sumter County, FL

Use of Force
Incidents and Reporting

TBA

Scene
Assessment

Earl Newman
Special Agent
Rhode Island SPCA

Bite Stick
Certification Course

Doug Eddins, Bob Salisbury
Instructors
AACIS

Claudine Wilkins

Sponsors / Vendors

See the Latest and Greatest!

We will have many vendors and sponsors from across the United States attend the conference and have information on the products and services they provide to help promote animal welfare and professionalize animal services.

Are you ready to take your career to the next level?

We invite you to attend and experience the difference.

Questions?

Call us Today

850 898-0011