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Charles Jantzen

Chief Investigator

Houston SPCA

HQ Phone:  (713) 869-7722

Direct Phone: (713) ***-**** ext. ***direct phone

Email: c***@***.org

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Houston SPCA

900 Portway Drive

Houston, Texas,77024

United States

Company Description

The Houston SPCA, founded in 1924, is Houston's first and largest animal protection organization and shelter. Our mission is to promote commitment to and respect for all animals and free them from suffering, abuse and exploitation. We provide the most comprehe... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Chief Cruelty Investigator

National Cruelty Investigators School Levels 1


Web References(69 Total References)


Nova TV Guide

www.nova-cyprus.com [cached]

Charles Jantzen, the SPCA's Chief Investigator, lands one of the most disturbing cases of his career when he arrives at a kennel where rotting carcasses are being fed to the dogs.
ANIMAL COPS HOUSTON Premier 18:15 ANIMAL COPS HOUSTON Charles Jantzen seizes some emaciated horses that were forced to eat dirt to survive. Houston SPCA's chief investigator Charles Jantzen joins his team on an emergency mission in Galveston to try to save hundreds of trapped and abandoned pets.


Galveston Island Humane Society News

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When Hurricane Ike struck the Texas coastline causing $27 billion dollars of damage, Houston SPCA's Chief Investigator Charles Jantzen set out with his team on an emergency mission to Galveston to try and save hundreds of trapped and abandoned pets.


Houston SPCA: Animal Cruelty Investigations Team

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Charles Jantzen
Charles Jantzen, Chief Cruelty Investigator for the Houston SPCA, has worked in animal welfare for 9 years. He has attended the National Cruelty Investigators School, National Equine Cruelty Investigations School, a range of animal rescue courses and FEMA's Emergency Management Institute. Jantzen leads a team of eight highly dedicated professional individuals who investigate more than 15,000 cases of animal neglect and cruelty in an area that encompasses over 8,000 square miles of Southeast Texas. Throughout Jantzen's career, he has helped provide relief to animals following a range of natural disasters including: Hurricanes, Tornados, Flooding and Fire events across the country. Jantzen has also conducted animal related training courses across the United States for Humane Investigators, Law Enforcement and others in the legal community.


TEHA Central Texas Chapter

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One of the speakers, Charles Jantzen, Chief Investigator of the Houston SPCA and "Animal Cops Houston" personality will speak during both the Food and Environmental tract and the Animal Care tract about Animal Hording.
You can watch a quick video of Mr. Jantzen describing a typical work day at the Animal Planet website: http://animal.discovery.com/videos/animal-cops-charles-jantzen.html


www.kdhnews.com

Houston SPCA Chief Investigator Charles Jantzen said the animals will undergo medical and behavioral evaluations to determine which ones can be placed for adoption through local and national groups.
He also said he and his team were pleased with Latham's ruling. "We felt from the moment we stepped on the property there was an issue," Jantzen said.


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