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Humane Society introduces new humane enforcement agent

Dog license enforcement begins third week of July

 The Humane Society Serving Logan County announces that Diana Kenne will serve as its new humane agent after being sworn in by Judge Michael Brady May 10 at the Logan County Court of Common Pleas.

To become a humane agent, an individual must complete a minimum of 20 hours of training on issues relating to the investigation and prosecution of cruelty to animals and neglect of animals. The training must comply with the rules recommended by the peace officer training commission and include instruction on animal husbandry practices.

Humane agents can arrest any person found violating any law relating to the protection of people or animals or prevention acts of cruelty.

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