Friday, November 14, 2014
ASPCA & NYPD form animal cruelty unit
For years, when the ASPCA received a report of animal cruelty, their own enforcement unit, composed mostly of former police officers, would investigate. That's all changed now that the ASPCA has teamed up with the NYPD -- now current cops do the investigating and the ASPCA does the veterinary work. Andrew Siff has an exclusive look inside the new unit.
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:27 AM
Labels: animal abuse, aspca, cats, dogs, NYPD
Very good. Hopefully this will help with the animal cruelty that takes place in this city.
Aspca disbanded their Humane Enforcement unit. The small amount of cops is just not enough to make up for this. Now even less cops to handle routine work. We are down nearly 5500 cops and 500 civilians. We don't get nearly the service for the high taxes we pay.
So much for pets. Unless there is blood on the ground or a sex crime "we dont belive that rises to the level of criminal activity" NYPD, wont respond. 911 wont send a patrol car. Detective at the precinct will spend 20 minutes arguing with you for you to give up filing your "report" with him.
My dog Tyson is being tortured with psychotronic weapons by the house hold where I rent a room. This has caused him extremely high anxiety..In fear that I come home and i will find him dead.I also have video surveillance on him when I'm out so I have the abuse recorded. How or whom can I report it to, I went to my local police station and they gave me a hot line number 18003754071, i have reached out but they have not called back.
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