Reporting Animal Abuse
Trinidad & Tobago has laws to protect animals. However, a law is only as good as its enforcement and that is why animals rely on you to protect them by reporting animal abuse.
Steps to make a report
- Have evidence whether is it in the form of a video or clear photograph of act being done
- Go to the police station and make your report, take the copies of the laws with you.
- Get a receipt of the report you made as evidence that you made it. That way you can follow up.
- If they DO NOT investigate it is within your RIGHTS to file a complaint with the Police Complaints Authority
Do you have a complaint about a Veterinarian or their practice? Click here for a complaints form. Email a signed copy to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crime Stoppers is an effective tool in reporting and combating cases of Animal Abuse. It’s safe, effective & anonymous
Depending on what type of animal it is, the TTSPCA may be able to assist by intervening on the animal’s behalf. Reports are confidential.
Trinidad & Tobago Police Service will work to enforce the existing laws for the protection and welfare of animals.