Field Service Officers
Field Service Officers’ primary function is to deal with domestic animal control issues in Allen County.
They provide the following service in regard to domestic animals:
- Pick-up of stray animals
- Investigation of animal bite cases
- Enforcement of the Allen County ordinances pertaining to animal cruelty and neglect (including domesticated livestock)
- Any other domestic animal-related public safety issues
Field Service Officers also investigate attacks on livestock by stray dogs and may also assist injured wildlife if a Department of Natural Resources Officer is unavailable.
Wildlife complaints including nuisance wildlife and poaching (illegal hunting) are handled by the Department of Natural Resources
PHONE: (260) 426-0807
Field Service Officers are also trained in basic accident investigation and may respond to take other reports from citizens as they are available
PHONE: (260) 449-7491
If the animal is aggressive, please inform us when you call. We don’t want to be surprised when we arrive.