K9 MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS PROGRAM
This cutting edge class will offer you the best outline of information you will find in any supervisor course throughout the country. Our instructors teach from experience and have the resumes to back it up. The main content the course covers is as follows:
K9 Legal Updates
Supervisor Legal Updates
K9 Unit Pro’s and Con’s
Why K9 Units Fail
SWAT vs. K9 (Liability vs Reality)
Critical Incident Review
K9 Unit Record Keeping
Class Scenarios (A hands on approach)
K9 Deployment Review
Many other topics discussed and time is allotted to ensure sufficient time to deal with questions specific to your agency. Trainer selection, training program selection and monitoring will also be among the topics as well as the importance of unit audits and the upcoming trend of body worn cameras for K9 deployments.
What Attendees Have Said About This Program
- The Instructors knowledge and insight into the supervision of K-9 teams in both large and small agencies.
- The interaction between instructor and the students.
- The interaction between the class and the instructor.
- Group exercises and open discussion.
- Scenario based training.
- Information is very useful.
- Excellent knowledge base from the instructor and great opportunity for networking.
- All questions were answered satisfactorily and the instructor could give examples of the things he taught.
- The wide variety of topics and the vast knowledge of the instructor. It was also great networking with other agencies.
- Course was based on documentation and hands on experience from past experience.
- The practical group exercises. It gave me a lot to think about and facilitated networking.
- I appreciated the interaction the group discussions facilitated between supervisors. I gained a lot of valuable information and perspective from the folks at my table.
- I enjoyed the group projects. Its interesting to hear how other departments do/handle things.
- The wealth of knowledge provided to me from the instructor. Mr. Cloward had a wonderful way of keeping the class’s attention and projecting his years of experience in a manner that made me feel comfortable and not awkward about my lack of experience.