What is the Solution to Dangerous Dogs? – Dog Law Symposiums Announced – Runcorn ‪13 Nov 2017‬ & London ‪19 Feb 2018‬

What is the Solution to Dangerous Dogs? – Dog Law Symposiums Announced – Runcorn 13 Nov 2017 & London 19 Feb 2018
To: All Branches
Dear Colleagues, 
Introduction
Following a highly successful his 2016 and 2017 series of Dangerous Dogs Law seminars, the UK’s top Dangerous Dogs Law Lawyer Trevor Cooper of Cooper & Co Solicitors (“Dog Law”) has announced that he will Chair two Symposium events entitled "What is the Solution to Dangerous Dogs?" Each symposium will be a day-long event and they are likely to produce a lively debate and will have a selection of high profile panelists from the dog law and dog control world. The dates and locations announced are to be Monday 13th November 2017 in Runcorn in the north west of England and Monday 19th February 2018 in London. 
Background
The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 has been in force for 26 years in Great Britain. Despite this, the number of incidents where dogs have acted dangerously appears to be rising leaving many victims in their wake. Are we witnessing a rise in dangerous dogs, an increase in irresponsible dog owners, or is there some other reason? When incidents take place the media often demand “Something must be done!” However, no one has yet found the answer/s. What is the solution to dangerous dogs? In this symposium Trevor Cooper is bringing together a broad range of experts to explore options to prevent future incidents. Those interested are invited to attend and make their voice heard – they want to hear from people. Alternatively, attendees are welcome to come along to listen to the debate and draw their own conclusions. Each of these symposia will be held between 10am and 4pm at hotel venues in the Runcorn area on 13th November 2017 and South West London on 19th February 2018. Beverages and lunch will be provided together with a certificate of attendance. 
“What is the solution to dangerous dogs?”
Trevor Cooper invites those interested to come and join the debate the subject with the expert panel, chaired by specialist Doglaw solicitor Trevor Cooper.
Runcorn – Monday 13th November 2017 10am-4pm
South West London – Monday 19th February 2018 10am-4pm
Cost £195 + VAT (£234) per person (including beverages and lunch)
Panelists
CHAIR Trevor Cooper – Leading Solicitor in England & Wales specialising in the Dangerous Dogs Law with 30 years’ experience and knowledge of civil and criminal Dog Law matters, Consultant for Battersea Dogs & Cats Home and frequently in demand for Radio and TV interviews on Dog Law issues. Sarah Fisher – Dog Trainer, Behaviour Counsellor/Advisor and author of “100 Ways to Train the Perfect Dog” and “100 Ways to Solve Your Dogs Problems”.
Carolyn Menteith – Dog Trainer, Instructor and Behaviourist. TV & Radio personality. Co-Chair of ‘Into-Dogs’.
Elvira Meucci-Lyons – Youth and community engagement & education programmes.
Patrick O’Hara – Head of the Status/Dangerous Dogs Unit for Metropolitan Police. Deputy Lead for National Police Chiefs Council Dangerous Dogs Working Group.
Pamela Rose – Barrister with expertise in dangerous dog cases.
Mel Rushmore -Bull Breed Advisory Service.
Peter Tallack -Dangerous Dogs Advisor for DEFRA, ACPO, College of Policing. Former Met Police Dog Handler
Neil Burton – Chair of the National Dog Warden Association
Michael Webb – Head of Policy and Public Affairs Battersea Dogs & Cats Home.
Further Information From:
Tracy Chacksfield-Maidment
Cooper & Co Solicitors
The Old Boiler House, Menzies Road,
Whitfield, Dover, CT16 2HQ
T: 01304 755557
E: tracy@doglaw.co.uk 
Attachment:
Symposium Event Leaflet & Application Form. 
Yours sincerely
 
Dave Joyce
National Health, Safety & Environment Officer

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