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The ASPCA today unveiled a “forensics first”—the nation’s first-ever “Mobile Animal Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Unit.”

Fight Animal Cruelty

Anti-Cruelty Initiative


fight-animal2Double Trouble for Animal Abusers
Announcing the Mobile Animal CSI Unit and ASPCA Anti-Cruelty Institute.

fight-animal3Meet America’s Animal CSI
The ASPCA’s Dr. Melinda Merck testifies at animal cruelty cases across the country.

fight-animal4Take a Tour of Our Forensics Truck
Find out what this specially designed, first-of-its-kind vehicle will be used for.

Letter from Ed: December 11, 2007

fight-animal5I am very proud to share some extremely exciting news with you. As I hope many of you saw this morning on NBC’s “Today” show,  Read the Rest of Ed's Letter to ASPCA Members and Supporters »


For Media: Press Kit

ASPCA Press Release: ASPCA Unveils Mobile Animal Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Unit (pdf)

The ASPCA Mobile Animal Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Unit At a Glance (pdf)

Meet the ASPCA Experts:

Ed Sayres
ASPCA President and CEO

Dr. Melinda D. Merck, DVM
Forensic Veterinarian, ASPCA Anti-Cruelty Initiatives

Media Contact

All members of the MEDIA ONLY should contact Shonali Burke, Vice President, Media and Communications at Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo. or (212) 876-7700, ext. 4565.

Photos and B-roll available upon request.

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ASPCA in the News

New York Post
December 12, 2007
'CSI' In Dogged Pursuit

Today Show
December 11, 2007
It's CSI For Animals (Video)

NY Daily News
December 11, 2007
Mobile CSI unit will help solve animal abuse cases

Yahoo! News Photo December 11, 2007
Ed Sayres and Dr. Melinda Merck inside the first-ever Mobile Animal CSI Unit

am New York
December 11, 2007
Animal CSI team to fight pet cruelty

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