U.S. Police Canine Association, Inc.

U.S. Police Canine Association, Inc.

U.S. Police Canine Association, Inc.

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about U.S. Police Canine Association, Inc. in the Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement:

The United States Police Canine Association (USPCA) was founded in 1971 in Washington, D.C., when two existing organizations with similar values, the Police K-9 Association and the United States of America K-9 Association, united. The Police K-9 Association was originally known as the Florida Police K-9 Association but was renamed in 1968 in order to include other southeastern states. The United States of America K-9 Association, which was founded a few years after the Police K-9 Association's name-change, drew its membership from residents of the northeastern states. A short time after the inauguration of the United States of America K-9 Association, both organizations realized that strength would be gained by uniting. The USPCA established its National Executive Committee at the time of its creation. The committee is comprised of a national president and vice president, past national presidents, a secretary, a treasurer, and a board of trustees.

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