Edmonds animal control officer elected national association president



Debbie Dawson

Congratulations to City of Edmonds Animal Control Officer Debbie Dawson, who has been elected president of the National Animal Control Association (NACA).

A 24-year employee of the Edmonds Police Department, Dawson was elected May 23 during the NACA’s yearly training summit in Columbus, Ohio.

The National Animal Control Association, a widely recognized and respected world leader in the field of animal protection and care, was formed in 1978. It offers a National Training Academy for animal control officers, police officers, sheriff’s deputies and federal agents across the U.S.

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