We know that some agencies have difficulty coming up with funds to pay for veterinary forensics to enhance investigations of suspected animal abuse. Here are some ideas.
FVI, LLC's VP and Director of Research, Dr. Arnie Arluke teamed up with Northeastern University's Dr. Jack Levin, professor emeritus and co-director of the Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict to write an important story for the New York Post. Can the FBI catch future serial killers using animal cruelty data?
Was the lady who captured swans considered an animal abuser or kooky hero in Sweden? A recent study describes media and judicial reaction to the first publicly acknowledged case of animal hoarding in Sweden—a 60-year-old Swedish woman who purportedly “rescued” 150 swans over several years by bringing many back to her one-room apartment.
NCOVAA Presents Crimes Against Canines: Animal Cruelty from a NIBRS perspective