Recent NCRC Blog Posts
- New Edition of “Dog Bites: Problems and Solutions”
- Breed-specific legislation on the decline
- National Canine Research Council & Safe Humane Selected As Winners In The 35th Annual Telly Awards
- Associated Press reports on NCRC video series that keeps both family dogs and police officers safe.
- National Canine Research Council is growing.
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Some aspects of the dog bite situation have changed since the first writing of this paper for the Animals and Society Institute in 2006. More current statistical information about dog bite incidence is available. More is now known that both … Continue reading
Breed-Specific Legislation on the Decline : 5 more states no longer allow BSL & more than 7x as many U.S. Municipalities repealed or rejected proposed BSL, than enacted it between: January 2012 – May 2014. The national trend is moving steadily … Continue reading
The Telly Awards has named the National Canine Research Council and Safe Humane as a winner in the 35th Annual Telly Awards, Employee Communications and Training categories, for their piece titled “Police & Dog Encounters Video Training Series.” With nearly … Continue reading
The heartbreak of a family dog’s death in a police shooting can be avoided while keeping officers safe according to a recent Associated Press story and video. Police and Dog Encounters: Tactical Strategies and Effective Tools to Keep our Communities … Continue reading
National Canine Research Council (NCRC) is growing. Janis Bradley, who joined NCRC last year, has been named Director of Communications and Publications. The current Director, Donald Cleary, will continue working with NCRC as a policy and research consultant. Donald co-authored … Continue reading