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Get all of your Christmas presents on Amazon.com this holiday season and the USPCA Foundation will receive .05% on all purchases.
The USPCA Foundation provides professional assistance to Officers, their agencies and communities served by police service dog programs.
It's easy to use and costs nothing to participate. Buy Your Christmas Gifts Now.
15, November 2014
USPCA and Concordia University Educational Partnership
In conjunction with Concordia University, USPCA members have the opportunity to receive a $2,000 tuition discount if he or she enrolls in any accelerated bachelor or master degree program at Concordia University.
Concordia offers many degree programs including their bachelor degree program in Criminal Justice and master degree programs in Criminal Justice Leadership and Forensic Mental Health.
For More information refer to Concordia's Partnership Advantage program.
20, March 2014
Please join us in recognizing and supporting those that have taken on a sponsorship and important programs that support USPCA officers and K9's. Without their generous help we could not full fill our mission.
Quarterly Awards Program and The Case of The Year Awards – Criminalistics, Inc.
Mr Patrick Cahill Memorial Award – Ray Allen Manufacturing
Bill Robinson Memorial Sportsmanship Award – Ace K9 – Radiotronics
John P. "Sonny" Burke Memorial Award – American Aluminum
Captain Tom Larsen Memorial Award - K2 Solutions, Inc.
President's Award – Purina
Ted Hirsch Memorial Award – Purina
Tim Jones Memorial Award – Havis, Inc.
Monza Award – American Aluminum
Championship Ring PDI – Police Service Dogs Training Center
25, April 2014
Please consider making a charitable donation in support of our goal of providing professional assistance to Officers, their agencies and communities served by police service dog programs.
28, February 2010
The ability of a canine to recognize explosives odors is the foundation for any explosives detection canine program.
Learn more about odor recognition and assessing your canine's ability to recognize explosives odors.
30, Jan 2009