Animal Abuse Register: Why does Britain Need It [photo]?

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Maxine Berry being interviewed before submitting justice for chunky petition to DEFRA

Animal Abuse Register: Why Does Britain Need it?

Maxine Berry Interview
Maxine Berry being interviewed before submitting justice for chunky petition to DEFRA

As we are all aware, 8 June 2017 is the general election in the United Kingdom. It is an exciting time at Brighter Tomorrow because it is a chance to get our voices heard. Imagine if 550,000+ voices all united and voted for the same party, imaging the power we can have in bringing the register to Britain? 550,000 voices with many in London, Wales, and the North of England that can sway marginal elections. Plus at Brighter Tomorrow it gives us a great opportunity to engage with our supporters.

So what is the the Animal Abuse Register? In its most simplest terms, it is an opportunity to stop animal cruelty by providing longer sentences and it is an opportunity to stop animal cruelty by tracking those who abuse animal through the register. It is a way of making animal cruelty more costly and riskier for those who chose to abuse animals.Form another perspective it is a way of protecting society by removing those from society who abuse animals and ensuring they are not able to work with those who are the least likely to report abuse. It is a way of saying no to bullying and abuse.

Attached to this link is a brief guide about the animal abuse register. It briefly explains what the register is and briefly explains why it is needed. Other articles on this site provides a more detailed discussion and links to more in-depth information, including cost / benefit analysis about the register and political parties supporting the register. It is a great time to get our voices heard regarding the need for the animal abuse register and it is a great time to make the political parties aware of the need for one.

Additional Links:

Tikkun Olam: Making a Dream Come True

Animal Abuse Register in Detail

Cost and Benefit Analysis of the Two Models for Funding the Register

General Election 2017: Statement on Parties Supporting the Animal Abuse Register

30 Things you can do Today to Support the Animal Abuse Register

Why the Tennessee Model is the Best for Model for the Animal Abuse Register

10 Things you Did not Know about the Animal Abuse Register

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