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Animal Cruelty Cases


Total Credits: 0.5 including 0.0 Ethics CLE, 0.5 CLE

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Categories:
Animal Abuse
Faculty:
Heather Krimm
Duration:
28 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
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Description

With victims who cannot speak for themselves, animal abuse cases are difficult to investigate and prosecute.  Utilizing case studies from the Phoenix Police Department which resulted in successful prosecutions, this presentation will focus on strategies for investigating felony animal cruelty cases and how that evidence can be presented in court.

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Detective

Maricopa County Attorney’s Office Animal Cruelty Investigations Department


Heather Krimm currently has 16.5 years in her law enforcement career. Detective Krimm started as a patrol officer at the Raleigh Police Department in North Carolina, where she worked for 1.5 years. After her time with the Raleigh Police Department, Detective Krimm moved to Phoenix, Arizona, where she spent 14.5 years with the Phoenix Police Department as a patrol officer, field training officer, animal cruelty liaison, and animal cruelty detective. Detective Krimm is now with the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office.