The Anti-Dogfighting Task Force
CPAA's Anti-Dogfighting Task Force was created in November 2009 to address the brutal practice of dogfighting that occurs in the City of Harrisburg every day.
In April 2010, after hearing testimony from Humane Society Police Officer Ronald Hollister and Deputy District Attorney for Allegheny County Deb Jugan, Harrisburg City Council issued a Resolution finding that dog fighting was prevalent in the City of Harrisburg and urging the Harrisburg City Police Force to proactively address this crime.
CPAA has a tip line at 717-836-7961 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org - where individuals may leave confidential information concerning suspicions of or information about actual dog fighting.
CPAA's investigative team will pursue all tips left by phone or email.
View the Anti-Dogfighting Task Force PSA Video by clicking the video image above or by clicking here.
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