Flow chart of a cruelty case in Oklahoma, with sample forms
The seizure law bond language-how it is used, with examples
The documented link between violence toward animals and violence toward people
Investigation of Cruelty Cases
Assessing the scene of a cruelty report, hog dog vs. fighting dog, assessing cruelty complaints in livestock, using body conditioning sheets to assess animals, taking useful photos, tips on developing an ongoing animal cruelty/ neglect case
Defining animal hoarders, licensed and unlicensed high volume pet breeders, clandestine rescues and other situations with large numbers of companion animals
Documenting the Case – When to get a vet, veterinary forensics forms, photos, using the state veterinary lab and locating resources to help you make your case
Dog fighting – the criminal link in your community; What to look for and resources to help
Brought to you by Oklahoma Link Coalition, SpayFirst, Oklahoma Alliance for Animals, and DVIS, Inc.
Human-Animal Connection Seminar
Join us for this FREE seminar featuring the National Link Coalition's Phil Arkow. This training is geared toward human services professionals, and there is a $45 charge for CEUs.
Brought to you by the Oklahoma Link Coalition, the Knee Center for Strong Families at the University of Oklahoma's Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work, and the Kirkpatrick Foundation.
The Oklahoma Link Coalition "Intersection" conference was a huge success! On November 7, 2017, over 100 professionals from a wide variety of fields, including law enforcement, criminal justice, domestic violence, animal organizations, veterinary, and social services, came together to learn about the LINK and how to work collaboratively to reduce violence in our state.
The event was covered by a number of news outlets, bringing larger awareness to Oklahomans of the link between animal abuse and family and community violence.
Thank you to the Kirkpatrick Foundation for supporting both animal and human well-being in the state of Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma Link Coalition promotes collaboration, cooperation, public awareness, and education to end violence against people and animals by recognizing the link between human and animal abuse. The Coalition is a project of the Kirkpatrick Foundation under its Safe & Humane initiative.