AACA CARES
Training Headquarters

(AACA) Alabama Animal Control Association (Cares)

Field Training Officer Certification Hosted by the Alabama Animal Control Association March 15-16, 2021 Mobile, Alabama
7:30 AM to 4:00 PM Each Day





AACA CARES

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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AACA Awards Entry _____ “AACA Rookie of the Year” Nominate an individual with outstanding work performance during the past year ...

AACA Awards Entry
_____ “AACA Rookie of the Year”
Nominate an individual with outstanding work performance during the past year who went above and beyond the call of duty and has less than a year’s experience with the agency. Criteria: Impact on profession and personal and/or financial risk involved.
_____ “AACA Animal Control Officer of the Year”
Nominate an Animal Control Office from your organization who has raised awareness of animal control issues and concerns. Helped create a better environment in the shelter settings for animals and people. Criteria: Outstanding service to the organization, contributions in the success of its programs, participation in the training and effort to enhance the image of the profession.
_____”AACA Cruelty Investigator of the Year”
Nominate an individual who has investigated and successfully prosecuted animal abuse cases in Alabama. This individual will have made significant impact on animals by acting in a professional manner while maintain the integrity and respect needed to represent all cruelty investigators throughout the State.
_____ “AACA Support Staff of the Year”
Nominate an individual from your kennel staff, or other support staff that has raised awareness of animals control issues and concerns and helping create a better environment in the shelter for animals and people. Criteria: Outstanding service to the organization, contributions in the success of its programs, participation in trainings and efforts to enhance the image of the profession.
_____ “AACA Administrator of the Year”
Nominate an individual who has enhanced the effectiveness of animal control personnel and consistently initiated effective programs. Criteria: Impact on profession, personal and/or financial risk involved.
_____ “Lifetime Achievement Award”
Nominate an individual who has gone above and beyond the call of duty to improve the status and well-being of animals in his/her city/county or state. This individual may have implemented legislations on a local or statewide level; implemented programs that affected animals and people in their community; or improved companion animal’s lives through educational and/or policy changes in their shelter or organization.
NOTE: It is ok to nominate someone again even if they were nominated and won the award last year. All nominees must be in good standing with AACA to receive an award.

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Scholarship Application Form Name ____________________________ Organization ___________________________ Title of Member ________...

Scholarship Application Form
Name ____________________________
Organization ___________________________
Title of Member ____________________
Mailing Address _______________________
City _________________________State ____________Zip _________________
Phone _____________________________
Email _____________________________
Robert Davis Scholarship _________ I am applying for a Scholarship
Please explain why you or your nominee is deserving of a Scholarship. Include any pertinent information and/or extenuating circumstances.

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MCHD Rabies Clinic for April, 2021. Cost $12.00 Cash only. City Of Mobile shelter 1-3 April 9 Mobile County shelter 10-12 Apr...

MCHD Rabies Clinic for April, 2021. Cost $12.00 Cash only.

City Of Mobile shelter 1-3 April 9
Mobile County shelter 10-12
April 10 Pets supplies plus 10-12
April 17 Cuddles an kisses. 1:30-3:30
April 24 Prichard animal shelter 10-12

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Phone: 251-574-3860


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