Police and Military K9 Supervisor Training
A K9 team is often regarded as one of the highest liability units within any agency or department. Properly and effectively managing K9 teams requires and considerable amount of training, knowledge and understanding of policies and regulations. As a K9 Supervisor, you are responsible of every facet of your K9 unit operations. This includes the selection of handlers, dogs as well as the day-to-day operations, deployments and field activities of these teams. Whether you are a supervisor of a small department with only one K9 team or a large department with multiple teams, proper K9 supervisory training is a must.
Often, many K9 Supervisors don’t clearly understand their roles and responsibilities which can lead to improper utilization and liability.
In order to mitigate this liability and obtain consistent productivity from any K9 unit, K9 Supervisors should be knowledgeable about the activities, duties, responsibilities as well as the strengths and deficiencies of those within the unit. Whether you are a direct supervisor or an administrator, effective K9 supervisor training is a must to ensure that you maintain productivity to guarantee a solid return on the investment of your K9 teams. Our K9 Supervisor Training will also allow you to understand a number of liability and FLSA pitfalls so that you can effectively safeguard against them.
Our Police K9 Supervision and Management Courses will teach you about:
Negligent Appointment and Failure to Appoint
K9 Handler Selection
Dog Selection Considerations
Negligent Assignment and Failure to Assign
Negligent Direction and Failure to Direct
Negligent Training and Failure to Train
Negligent Supervision and Failure to Supervise
Negligent Discipline and Failure to Discipline
Police K9 Training
K9 Record Keeping
K9 Case Law for Supervisors
K9 Courtroom Survival
We offer a number of Police K9 Supervisor Training programs to meet your departmental needs. We offer a one-day seminar in addition to a more in-depth week long course. We can also customize courses to meet you agency needs.
What Our Attendees are Saying...
Being the one running our canine program, this training will be invaluable now and as I continue in my position. Thank you for a very informative class and the passion you display in instructing it.
Rodney Crater – NC Highway Patrol, NC
Great information and details on each topic! Thank You very much for the great class!
Henry Rosenbaum – Henrico Fire, VA
I gained a much better understanding of K9 teams and their capabilities and limitations. I have learned so much and am hoping I will be able to take this information and make changes to make improvements in my department.
Sonja Clay – Harker Heights Police, TX
Very good pace and very informative for new personnel in K9. Easy to follow lesson plan and good setting for the class!
Bret Dousharm – Maryland Transportation Authority Police
The Case Law information helps me know what and when the K9 Units can be used. As the K9 Supervisor this course was a very good start in the learning process.
Kevin Brandts – King George Sheriff’s Office,
K9 Management/Supervision Course
This complete supervisors course is designed for managers, administrators and supervisors of police K9, patrol K9, and detection dog units. The course covers a variety of topics in regards to the effective and efficient selection, training and management of police K9 Units. K9 liability, record keeping and report writing, handling of training aids, and unit allocation are covered during the class.
This course is a great way for administrators to gain ideas on getting the most of their K9 Unit and dog teams. Listed below are just some of the topics covered during our K9 Management / Supervision Course:
Effective Canine Policy
Dealing with K9 Liability
Proper Canine Training
Record Keeping & Report Writing
Proper Canine Supervision & Management
Certification & Validation of K9 Teams
K9 Team Pitfalls
Getting the Most from Your K-9 Program
Course Length – 3-5 days
K9 Supervision Seminar
This one day seminar is designed for managers, administrators and supervisors of police K9 units. The course covers a variety of topics in regards to the effective and efficient selection, training and management of police K9 Units. K9 liability, record keeping and report writing, handling of training aids and unit allocation are covered during the class. This course is a great way for administrators to gain ideas on getting the most of their K9 Unit and dog teams.