Human Scent Discriminate K9 Trailing – Patrol Dog Training – SOLD OUT
March 23 @ 8:00 am - March 26 @ 5:00 pm
Human Scent Discriminate K9 Trailing – Patrol Dog Training March 23-26, 2020 – Liberty County, GA – This Training Session Is SOLD OUT!
Our comprehensive M77® K9 Training Plan develops fundamental skills in dogs and handlers for human scent discriminate trailing. Handlers are taught to use the standardized processes contained in the plan for training canines to indicate the presence, absence, and path of a targeted person utilizing the scent of the identified individual. Our innovative trailing app gives handlers the ability to measure the success of each exercise in the field from their phone and meets all SWGDOG requirements.
Our upcoming Human Scent Discriminate K9 Training is for The LCSO Patrol Dog Units
4-Day Course – Training is located at the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office in Savannah, GA
Upon completion of this course, handlers should be able to:
- Understand the Basic Scientific Principles of Human Scent.
- Understand Basic Behavioral Principles Used to Train K9s.
- Know 4 Primary Scent Collection Methods.
- Utilize Scent Collection Tech to Obtain Odor at the Scene.
- Have Awareness of Search Strategies Developed by FBI and
Limitations of Each.
- Know How Drones are Used in Conjunction with Trailing.
- Track K9 Training Progress within the SEK9 App.
Paul Coley – Founder & CEO, Scent Evidence K9 – Instructor
Paul is a former FBI Forensic Canine Operations Specialist and has dedicated his entire career to public service in the fields of education, law enforcement, criminal justice, investigations, forensics, and emergency management.
Paul founded Scent Evidence K9 in 2012 to help communities and law enforcement agencies improve their methods of locating missing persons. Like many other canine handlers, Paul faced the challenge of finding an effective scent article during deployments. He developed the life-saving Scent Preservation Kit® and “The SEKR” Scent Evidence Collection Vacuum to provide K9 Trailing responders with uncontaminated scent articles and on-scene scent collection methods that increase location success while reducing the time it takes to find a target.