Large Animal (Equine) Control Officer Course
The South Carolina Horseman’s Council has a new class being taught to Law Enforcement and Animal Control Officers in South Carolina. After hearing from local Law Enforcement and Animal Control Officers that there was a lack of training for officers in the large animal field, the South Carolina Horseman’s Council offers a seminar that would not only train the officers dealing with large animals, but would also give the officers a creditable certificate for the course, which is important in the law enforcement field when going to court.
The Large Animal (Equine) Control Officer Course is being taught by two of the Council’s Board Members, one member who has over 31 years of law-enforcement experience, and another member who has more than 50 years of training horses, and conducting clinics, both in the United States and Europe.
The course consists of South Carolina laws pertaining to large animals, Officer Safety, Horse Care, Horse Condition, and Standards for Horse Care.
The class is taught in a one-day seminar with the officers interacting with live horses. The class is taught upon request at the requesting agency for a low-cost fee, with complimentary slots for the hosting agency.
Any agency wishing to host the seminar can contact Randy Creamer at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 864-844-3571.