Stray Pets

Director Tim Brown

About me

My name is Timothy Brown, I was born and raised in Lexington, KY. While attending middle and high school I was heavily involved in my community, by being a member of the Lexington Police
Department’s Explorer Program. This program involved youth between the ages of 14 to 21, who were interested in law enforcement. After graduating high school with honors, I decided to attend and graduated from Strayer University for Business Management and Criminal Justice.

My work experience consisted of; a certified groomer at PetSmart (3 years), District Training Manager for RadioShack (5 years), Law Enforcement Officer (3 years), Public Information Officer / Animal Control Officer for Lexington-Fayette Animal Care and Control, and now Director for Jessamine County Animal Care and Control (8 years total for ACO). I’m currently a member of the Kentucky Colonels, F & AM Lexington Lodge #1, and the National Animal Care and Control Association.

All my life I’ve been a strong advocate for animal rights and bringing justice to animal abusers. I believe the work that Humane Law Enforcement Officers perform daily goes unnoticed and training HLEO (Humane Law Enforcement Officer Training) should be every agency’s number one priority. Secondly, agencies need to spend more time educating their communities. This has led to my development of the K-9 Education Program in Jessamine County and K-9 Ambassador Program.