MPs question Home Office on dog control issues
24 October 2012
The Environment Food and Rural Affairs Committee questions the Home Office on dog control issues and its responsibilities in relation to tackling crime and anti-social behaviour.
The meeting will take place on Wednesday 24 October in Committee room 15, Palace of Westminster.
- Jeremy Browne MP, Minister for Crime Prevention, Home Office
- Mike Warren, Head of the Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour Reduction Unit, Home Office
Following this, the Committee will return to the topic of dog welfare issues related to breeding, taking evidence from the British Veterinary Association and the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (at a hearing for these organisations rescheduled from 17 October).
at 4:00pm (approx)
- Peter Jones, President, British Veterinary Association
- Mark Johnston, President, British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA)
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