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By Diane Sieker
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County Animal Services officers' duties and fees explained

 

Last updated 1/24/2019 at 11:10pm

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Riverside County Department of Animal Services officers may collect and impound dogs running at large.

Riverside County laws, regulations and ordinances governing animals are extensive and written in legalese – difficult for one to absorb in a single sitting. In this multi-part series, Anza Valley Outlook will break down the laws into manageable – and understandable – chunks.

This week will cover the duties and powers of Riverside County Department of Animal Services officers.

Riverside County Ordinance 6.08.080 covered the powers granted to officers and also noted that all peace officers within the county must cooperate and assist the Animal Services director in enforcing the provi...



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