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Greg Norred speaks on Travel Safety and Security at this year’s Georgia Employers Association convention held on Jekyll Island.
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2015 Animal Law Symposium presenter, Greg Norred, covers informative topics pertaining to dog fighting for attendees of the 2 day event hosted by Animal Law Source.
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25 People Charged During Dog-Fighting Raid
A search warrant was executed during the evening of Feb. 25 at the residence of Jimmy Jacobs, located at 3541 McLeod Road in Maxton, N.C. Twenty-five people were arrested on charges ranging from dog fighting and animal cruelty to being spectators at a dog fight. The spectators included North Carolina residents as well as individuals from as far away as Maryland and Ohio. In addition to dog fighting and animal neglect, weapons charges were made, along with possession of controlled substances. Tens of thousands of dollars in U.S. currency was seized, along with multiple handguns, various drugs and dog fighting paraphernalia. Special Agents with the N.C. Alcohol Law Enforcement Division confirmed that more than 25 people were apprehended and charged with felonies.
The operation was headed by Special Agents from the North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement Division, who were assisted by the North Carolina Highway Patrol, North Carolina Wildlife officers, the North Carolina Department of Corrections, the North Carolina Air National Guard and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Norred & Associates, an Atlanta-based private security company, and the Atlanta Humane Society provided additional support.
The arrests were made as the dog fight was in progress. Eighteen dogs were seized. Several dogs had serious wounds and scars from previous injuries. The dogs were treated on the scene by veterinarians from North Carolina and the Atlanta Humane Society.
Chuck Simmons, lead investigator for Norred & Associates, said he saw several people jump into a drainage ditch in an attempt to escape. “They probably didn’t know it contained water,” he said. “As cold as it was last night, they couldn’t have been happy campers when they emerged.”
Simmons said law enforcement officers were aided by helicopters with infrared detectors. “They were able to quickly apprehend suspects based on detection of their body heat.”
The North Carolina case initiated from a dog-fighting tip line that is operated by Norred & Associates as part of www.helpstopdogfighting.com, the company’s campaign to help stop dog fighting. To anonymously report suspected cases of animal cruelty, phone 1.877.215.2250. A reward of up to $5,000 is offered for information leading to the arrest or conviction of a dog fighter.
For more information, visit www.helpstopdogfighting.com.
Contacts: Sylvia Small or Tim Small, 404.841.8168 or 404.226.5313 Chuck Simmons, 404.867.2832
Fulton County and Atlanta Award Security Contracts
Norred & Associates, Atlanta’s largest locally-owned and operated security firm, has been awarded two substantial security contracts by Fulton County and the city of Atlanta that are expected to generate additional hiring in the metro Atlanta area, according to company officials.
Norred’s contracts with Fulton County and the city of Atlanta are for one year each, with two one-year options. Norred & Associates has hired and assigned 117 employees to the Fulton County contract. Approximately 150 security officers will be allocated to the city of Atlanta contract. May 27 is the anticipated start date for the city contract.
Some of the properties to be serviced include Atlanta City Hall, the Atlanta Municipal Court, City Hall East, the Public Safety headquarters and the Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center.
Founded in 1981 by Greg Norred, the Atlanta-based company is a full-service security firm with more than 1,000 employees. The company operates in 13 states.
“We attribute our success to recruiting, hiring and retaining excellent people who perform above industry standards,” said Jeff Bohling, president and COO. “We expect our employees to adapt to situations, to think for themselves, and to get the job done. Norred & Associates is pleased to provide security services to benefit the metro Atlanta community.”
Norred partners with BNSF Railway in providing security protection for hazardous materials, military shipments, derailments and natural disasters.