GLOVERSVILLE, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The Fulton County Regional SPCA and the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office introduced Tuesday the formation of the Fulton County Animal Crimes Task Force. The process drive is a multi-agency community that can reply to and prosecute allegations of animal abuse, cruelty, and neglect in Fulton County. The group will work collectively to research reported animal crimes and conditions of animal neglect all through the county, and use the sources obtainable to work towards reaching justice on behalf of the animals.
The process drive is comprised of:
- Fulton County Regional SPCA
- Fulton County District Attorney’s Office
- Fulton County Probation Department
- New York State Police
- Gloversville Police Department
- Area veterinarians
“This task force was created to be the voice for animals who have none. We need to do better to protect such helpless animals; those who love us unconditionally and only ask that we love and protect them in return,” mentioned Acting District Attorney Amanda Nellis.
Fulton County Regional SPCA President Renee L. Earl mentioned the duty drive has the accountability to coach the neighborhood and its regulation enforcement officers about animal abuse-related crimes. The purpose of the brand new group, mentioned Earl, is to strengthen Fulton County’s collective potential to make a distinction within the lives of animals of their neighborhood.
The Task Force meets bi-monthly whereas conserving in fixed communication between conferences. The neighborhood is welcome to go to their web site. “We are undoubtedly stronger together and we are all working toward the same goal of advocating for and protecting the animals in our community,” concluded Earl.
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