Cleburne police officer Trey West and Coral at an all-day training session in December to teach are law enforcement personnel what to do when they encounter loose or aggressive dogs. On Friday, House members gave preliminary approval to House Bill 593 by state Rep. Nicole Collier, D-Fort Worth, which establishes a statewide training requirement for law enforcement officers to teach them how to deal with canine encounters on the job.
Cleburne police officer Trey West and Coral at an all-day training session in December to teach are law enforcement personnel what to do when they encounter loose or aggressive dogs. On Friday, House members gave preliminary approval to House Bill 593 by state Rep. Nicole Collier, D-Fort Worth, which establishes a statewide training requirement for law enforcement officers to teach them how to deal with canine encounters on the job. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram
Cleburne police officer Trey West and Coral at an all-day training session in December to teach are law enforcement personnel what to do when they encounter loose or aggressive dogs. On Friday, House members gave preliminary approval to House Bill 593 by state Rep. Nicole Collier, D-Fort Worth, which establishes a statewide training requirement for law enforcement officers to teach them how to deal with canine encounters on the job. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram

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