May 21-23, 2024 | Training

K9 Tac Ops – SKIDDS / CATS Class 279

Registration deadline: April 19
To Register: Contact Brad Smith, Topdogwck1@aol.com

 

HOST: K9 Tactical Operations

Location
Jeffersonville Police Department
2218 E 10th St, Jeffersonville, IN 47130

S.K.I.D.D.S. / CATS, KATTS and T-MACC are a unique one-of-a-kind K9 tactical course that is designed to educate and train K9 handlers, SWAT teams, Specialty Units, Patrol Officers and Correction Officers and the Military on the deployment of police dogs in a high risk patrol or SWAT Operation. You will participate in numerous slow and deliberate tactical training scenarios. Teams will learn the latest K9 searching methods, deployment and arrest techniques

The goal of this 3 day course is to educate and train Patrol Officers, SWAT operators, specialty units and K9 handlers on the deployment of a police dog in a high risk tactical operation such as: tactical tracking, barricaded suspects, live gunfire, approaches, entries, blind corners, room clearing, hallways, stairs, attics, crawl spaces, vehicle assaults, arrest techniques and even in a gas environment.

SWAT, specialty units, patrol officers and supervisors are encouraged to attend but K9 handlers can attend solo.

Questions & Reservations

Contact: Brad Smith  TopDogWCK1@aol.com   626-523-4028

For more information and suggested equipment to bring.  https://k9tacops.com/

 

cik9-training-events-logoAug 27-29 2024 | Training

Q3 K9 LEGAL UPDATES Patrol & Detection, & Supervisor

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TRAINERSheepdog Guardian Consulting

 


TRAINING 
Training for high-stress deployments

HOST  CIK9

LOCATION
Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office, 189 East Campus Blvd, Danville, IN 46122

COST 
$100 Patrol Classes (Aug 27-28, 1p-8p, lunch provided)
$  50 Supervisor Class (Aug 29, 10a-5p, lunch provided)

TOPICS 

This will be a 3-day seminar, two separate classes, K9 legal updates and opinions for Patrol Detection K9 Teams and K9 Legal Updates for Supervisor/Administration.

Days 1 & 2 are designed for the working K9 team tailored to our jurisdiction and with emphasis on K9 industry standards (training, certification, state-specific and discipline-specific), K9 Use of Force, and Search & Seizure.

Day 3 is designed for Supervisors of K9 Teams/Units tailored to our jurisdiction with emphasis on police service dog operations, detection dog operations, and relevant Supervisor Liability case law.

** These are 2 separate classes, and you must sign up for both if you would like to attend both. **

    Questions

    Training/general inquiries: 
    • Nate Hibschman  training@cik9.org 
    Registration questions:
    • Carol Battistini  acctg@cik9.org

    cik9-training-events-logoSept 27-28  2024 | Training

    Q4 K9 Casualty Care

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    TRAINER: Evan Nolte Paravet K9

     

    TRAINING  Training for high-stress deployments

    HOST  CIK9

    LOCATION
    Carmel Police Department
    1000 S. Rangeline Rd, Carmel, IN  46032

    TIME  1-8 pm (lunch provided)

    COST  $100 Working Spot 
    $50 Audit spot

    TOPICS 

    This will be a 2‐day seminar where the Handler will get classroom and table top demonstrations as well as the opportunity to practice with realistic hands‐on K9 medical simulation mannequins in emergency and casualty scenarios, gaining critical knowledge for critical moments.

    Topics to include basic K9 anatomy & vital signs, point of injury care, bandaging,
    emergency planning & management, evacuation, narcotic toxicity, heat injury, and gastric dilation & volvulus (bloat).

    Evan Nolte/Owner‐Instructor is a former US Paratrooper and Animal Care Sergeant. The majority of his 14‐year career
    was spent working independently of a veterinarian, providing direct medial support to Special Operation dog teams at
    home and abroad.

      Questions

      Training/general inquiries:
      • Nate Hibschman  training@cik9.org 
      Registration questions:
      • Carol Battistini  acctg@cik9.org

      October 28-30, 2024 | Training

      K9 Tac Ops – SKIDDS / CATS Class 281

      Registration deadline: September 27
      To Register: Contact Brad Smith, Topdogwck1@aol.com

       

      HOST: K9 Tactical Operations

      Location
      Hamilton County Sheriffs Office
      18100 Cumberland Rd, Noblesville, IN 46060

      S.K.I.D.D.S. / CATS, KATTS and T-MACC are a unique one-of-a-kind K9 tactical course that is designed to educate and train K9 handlers, SWAT teams, Specialty Units, Patrol Officers and Correction Officers and the Military on the deployment of police dogs in a high risk patrol or SWAT Operation. You will participate in numerous slow and deliberate tactical training scenarios. Teams will learn the latest K9 searching methods, deployment and arrest techniques

      The goal of this 3 day course is to educate and train Patrol Officers, SWAT operators, specialty units and K9 handlers on the deployment of a police dog in a high risk tactical operation such as: tactical tracking, barricaded suspects, live gunfire, approaches, entries, blind corners, room clearing, hallways, stairs, attics, crawl spaces, vehicle assaults, arrest techniques and even in a gas environment.

      SWAT, specialty units, patrol officers and supervisors are encouraged to attend but K9 handlers can attend solo.

      Questions & Reservations

      Contact: Brad Smith  TopDogWCK1@aol.com   626-523-4028

      For more information and suggested equipment to bring.  https://k9tacops.com/

       

      Central Indiana K9 Association should be your first stop when searching for training opportunities.  In addition to quarterly training events for Central Indiana, we are thrilled to share other statewide training events.