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Training Headquarters

(AACA) Alabama Animal Control Association (Cares)

To all Animal Control Officers,
The Board Members of the Alabama Animal Control Association are inviting all Animal Control Officers throughout the state of Alabama to come and join us for the annual Alabama Animal Control Association Conference
in Decatur, AL in June 2nd - 5th 2021.

We understand that some of you have been limited to in-person training due to COVID 19. You may register now on the association’s website(under the donate tab) and make payment in person when you present to the conference.

The cutoff date for this year's classes will be May 20, 2021. Therefore, we need to know who all will be attending this year’s conference. We also have two scholarship available.
 ******It is mandatory for all active AACA BOARD Members to attend this year’s conference******

 so please come out and join us. We hope to see you there!





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Alabama Animal Control Association Training Headquarters

Ph: 251-574-3860 


Alabama Animal Control Training Headquarters

Animal Control Officers :

(Section 3-1-16) 

Employment by county commission of persons to enforce laws for prevention of cruelty to animals, compensation, oath and powers of same.
The county commissions of the respective counties of this state may employ a suitable person or persons who shall be charged specially with the duty of enforcing all laws for the prevention of cruelty to animals, and to fix the compensation of such officer or officers, which shall be paid in the same manner as other salaries of county employees are paid, and such officer or officers, upon taking the oath as required to be taken by deputy sheriffs, shall be vested with all powers
now vested by law in deputy sheriffs.

(Acts 1911, No. 127, p. 112; Code 1923, 83217; Code 1940, T.3, 813.)
Alabama Animal Control Training Headquarters

Alabama Animal Control Association

Ph: 251-574-3860 

About Us

What is Alabama Animal Control Association?

   The mission of the Alabama Animal Control Association (AACA) is to ensure that training is made available for all animal control officers and humane officers, throughout the state and work with local and state officials to enact new animal related laws.
GOALS OF AACA
• To educate and train animal control and humane officers
• Develop rigorous penalties for offenders
• To develop programs with special emphasis on responsible pet ownership
• To act as advocates for those unable to speak for themselves

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Special Thanks to our Instructors. Kevin Hearst, Steve Searcy, Justin Reyonlds, Gina Jones, Tyra Pruitt.

Special Thanks to our Instructors. Kevin Hearst, Steve Searcy, Justin Reyonlds, Gina Jones, Tyra Pruitt.

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Photos from Alabama Animal Control Association's post

Decatur Alabama, Mayor & Police Chief.



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Looking forward to hearing from you!

Alabama Animal Control Association
astubbs@mobile-county.net

Phone: 251-574-3860


Address

1020 Mixon Ave,
Bay Minette, AL 36507
251-574-3860