The recently released San Bernardino County Grand Jury Report commends the Animal Center for its dedicated staff and its commitment to providing quality animal care.
This past year the Grand Jury conducted an extensive review about the operations of and the care of animals at the Rancho Cucamonga Animal Care and Adoption Center. Its 2012-2013 Report, released on June 28, 2013, details the findings of its independent investigation, concluding that there is NO evidence to substantiate the complaints filed against the Center. The Grand Jury report goes on to commend the operations of the Center and level of animal care provided. It describes the Animal Center staff as being professional and dedicated and describes the Center's operations as being transparent.
The Grand Jury Report provides an independent third-party analysis and its findings should provide closure for the public that the Center continues to be well run and faithful to the original goals of the City when it started in 2006. View Report here.
The Daily Bulletin highlighted the Grand Jury’s Report in an article published on July 3, 2013. The article confirmed the Grand Jury’s findings that complaints and allegations against the Center were unfounded and that the Animal Center staff are professional and transparent in their operation of the Center. View a full copy of this article here.
The San Bernardino County Grand Jury is charged by the California Penal Code to investigate all aspects of county government, including cities and special districts, to ensure the county is being governed honestly and efficiently. To learn more about the San Bernardino County Grand Jury, visit their website.
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