Arrests for bestiality are on the rise. If it hasn’t occurred in your jurisdiction yet, it likely will at some point. Research indicates that 34% of animal sex abusers also sexually offend against children, and another 34% collect child pornography. Bestiality has also been linked to assault, domestic violence, drugs, and property crimes. This webinar will show you what to look for when bestiality is suspected; where to find the information you need without wasting any time, and how to work with veterinarians and other professionals to obtain a successful conviction.
- “Great to see awareness being brought to this even though it is such a taboo topic.” — Hilary
- “Link between child pornography and child sexual abuse and bestiality was interesting.” — Kimberley
- “The tools on what to look for in your cases and emphasis on telling Law Enforcement to go after these cases and recognize them. The stats were useful too.” — kIm
- “Bestiality is far more complex and common than what is openly admitted – we need to pay more and closer attention to these crimes in South Africa.” — Michelle
- “The use of percentages and statistics was a good way to put things into perspective.” — Maria