Dogs have a range of roles in their interaction with humans—pets, assistance and service, security, and search and rescue. Courthouse facility dogs have a special role for the legal community: their presence provides emotional support for those engaged in the justice system and can aid in the prosecution of crimes. Join Courthouse Facility Dog Molly B (and her human partners) to learn why dogs are particularly suited for those involved in the criminal justice process. Gain an understanding of how courthouse facility dogs can assist with forensic interviews of children and other individuals, using dogs during courtroom proceedings, and how to develop a Courthouse Dog® Program.
3 Access to Justice or General CLE credits
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