Law Enforcement Scent Kit Programs
Scent Evidence K9 focuses on building partnerships with law enforcement and community organizations to save lives and bring the lost home. We work with police departments and agencies just like yours to promote and improve missing person response capabilities and raise awareness within communities. The Scent Preservation Kit® will not only be a resource to keep your community safer but it will give you the opportunity to talk about missing person awareness.
Contact 850-272-6950 or firstname.lastname@example.org for special LEO bulk pricing for Scent Kits.
We provide world-class trained scent discriminate and scent detection canines and professional handler certification to law enforcement agencies and SAR organizations across the U.S. and internationally. If your team is looking to increase location success, implement a scent discriminate program, or enhance your K9 search resources, contact us at email@example.com or call 850-272-6950.
Scent discriminate bloodhounds are the cornerstone of successful K9 trailing teams. Scent Evidence K9 dogs are trained to the demanding standards of our registered M77® Human Scent Discriminate K9 Training Plan. Our scent detection K9's are trained using our innovative M422® Scent Detection program standards to locate cell phones, flash drives, hard drives, and other electronics.
K9 Handler Training
Scent Evidence K9 offers an elite K9 handler training experience for law enforcement and SAR teams seeking to achieve professional certification in Human Scent Discriminate K9 Trailing and Electronic Communication Device Scent Detection. Handler training is included with each K9 purchase. Join us at our Tallahassee or West Tennessee locations and take your K9 Trailing skills to the next level.
The SEKR Scent Collection Vacuum
The SEKR was designed to meet the critical needs of crime scene investigators and missing person responders utilizing years of professional experience in the field. Agencies across the U.S. have used scent extracted with The SEKR to locate missing persons, suspects, environmental threats, invasive species, and illegal substances.
The SEKR has also been utilized extensively in the field to provide a safe alternative for K9 explosives detection training. The SEKR can extract scent from explosives materials making it possible to train in schools without bringing explosives into the school. See how Bay County Sheriff’s Office utilizes this process HERE.
Learn more about The SEKR Scent Evidence Vacuum HERE
Scent Kit Programs
In addition to being a great way for family members to protect their children or grandparents, our innovative Scent Preservation Kits® were designed to help community leaders and law enforcement agencies better serve their Autism and Alzheimer's Disease populations who are at high risk for wandering by raising missing person awareness PR, mitigating risk and improving search performance during K9 trailing team deployment.
Paul Coley teaches his scent discriminate K9 trailing techniques and scent collection methods to law enforcement agencies and SAR handlers at seminars and workshops across the U.S. and internationally. 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.
Integrated Search Services
SEK9 utilizes Integrated Search Services that are cutting edge and research-based. We value the needs of all stakeholders involved with missing person deployments and ensure that potentially competing needs are balanced through mutual understanding of common goals and the use of factual information in decision making. We understand the unique needs of emergency service providers, special interest groups, loved ones, and high-risk populations. We design all services and work with communities to establish integrated search systems to meet these varied needs.
See how Scent Evidence K9 and our FSU Homeland Security and Emergency Management partners worked together to find a Missing FSU Student HERE.