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2019-21 Strategic Plan, Goals & Objectives

Objective #1: Maintain and expand the profile of the school program

Objective #2: Provide education to specific audiences

Objective #3: Develop general information resources about the humane treatment of animals

Objective #4: Promote animal welfare at animal-related events

 

Objective #1 Provide the necessary resources to APS staff to accommodate an appropriate and timely response to animal welfare concerns

Objective #2: Provide our APS staff the initial and ongoing training to ensure excellence in the performance of their duties

Objective #3: Promote the need for modernization of animal welfare legislation in Alberta

Objective #1: Provide all staff the necessary framework to successfully complete their responsibilities

Objective #1: Develop, implement and maintain the Society’s strategic direction

Objective #2: Facilitate communication between the Executive Director (ED) and the Board

Objective #3: Fulfill the Board’s fiduciary role

Objective #4: Ensure ongoing Board recruitment and succession planning

Objective #5: Support ongoing Board development

Objective #6: Ensure Society stability by developing ED succession plans for an unplanned absence or planned vacancy

Objective #7: Conduct a review of the By-laws for relevancy to the current needs of the Society

Objective #1: Seek opportunities to conduct increased face-to-face meetings with stakeholders

Objective #2: Increase support and knowledge of the work we do

Objective #3: Increase awareness of and support for the need for standards for animal shelters and rescue organizations

Objective #4: Seek opportunities to learn how the Alberta SPCA can support the Province and Municipalities with emergency planning related to animals

Objective #5: Seek opportunities to learn more about human and environmental groups where there may be some overlap in services

Objective #1: Expand the reach of Alberta SPCA messages

Objective #2: Promote the Alberta SPCA as a leader in animal welfare

Objective #1: Define “surge capacity” and identify needs/requirements

Objective #2: Identify animal-handling facilities that have high volume capacity related to seizures of both livestock and companion animals

Objective #3: Identify annual cost related to the housing/care of animals in Alberta SPCA care

Objective #1: Continue to support and implement the Pet Safekeeping Program for those affected by domestic violence and who delay leaving abusive relationships due to their pets being risk

Objective#2: Identify the role of Peace Officers in responding to various human conditions (e.g. addictions, mental health, seniors, child welfare) and how this contributes/limits the care of animals

Objective #3: Identify agencies, government and/or NGOs involved in the human services sector

Objective #4: Identify agencies, government and/or NGOs involved in the environmental services sector

Objective #5: Identify/clarify areas of perceived/actual limitations in the sharing of information

Objective #6: Seek opportunities to have face-to-face meetings to respond to areas where information sharing is limited

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