Friday, 15 March 2019

And How Are The Public Supposed To Know..?

Speaking after the case RSPCA inspector Prisca Giddens said: “The sentence imposed by magistrates highlights the seriousness of the offence.
"Courts impose disqualification orders on people convicted on animal welfare offences to protect further animals from suffering.
“It is important to reiterate to the public that we rely on them to tell us if someone has breached a ban.
"We depend on the public to be our eyes and ears and we take breaches of bans very seriously - as do the courts.”
So you'll be campaigning for a central register of animal abusers with bans to be set up, then?


Well how on earth do you expect the public to know?

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