Charlie Randolph and
Homeland K9 International
Hosted by McDonough K-9
Date: October 1st & 2nd, 2017
Location: 8891 Airport Road NE Blaine, MN 55449
Best Western Plus at the National Sports Center
10580 Baltimore St. NE Blaine, MN 55449
(763) 792-0750 http://www.bestwestern.com
Registration: $250.00 per K-9 handler/dog team
** Checks made out to McDonough K-9 **
Send completed registration forms to: McDonough K-9, Attn: Mark McDonough
551 Van Buren Street Anoka, MN 55303
Brief description: Charlie served 8 years in the USMC training war dogs and has been training police dogs for 25 years. His company, Homeland K9 International and McDonough K-9 have partnered to provide you with this 2-day Street Readiness K9 Deployment Workshop. Like us, Charlie trains for defense against the 1% criminal! DON'T MISS THIS EXCITING OPPORTUNITY!
For 2 days we will train hard with emphasis in most of the following areas:
-Muzzle: (Obedience, gunfire neutral, Muzzle ditches) Muzzle fighting is one of the last links between training and real world scenarios, along with hidden sleeves
-Subway exposure/Car: The ability for dogs to block out obvious stressors and concentrate at the task at hand. Defense of handler or apprehension of criminals
-Trains/Double decker trains
-Civil Agitation: Core principle work and we use it in our readiness training in conjunction with environmentals
-Role player exposure during deployments: This is a crucial element of true street training as we must mimic the criminal element in mannerisms and actions
-Bite building: some time will be spent on testing the bite of K9's while under stress.
-Tight space apprehensions: Handler and K9 doesn't always get to choose the location of the fight and having great close quarter fighting is a must.
-Shield presses: This helps the team prepare for crowd control exercises.
-Suspect Takedowns with K9 engaged: Physical take downs by the handler and or team while the k9 is engaged on the suspect.
-Team movements: This goes hand in hand with suspect takedowns.
-Riots with gunfire/ multiple attackers: Handling and engagement is taught here as to body positioning and k9 placement.
-Target acquisition: Clear line of sight. Identification of the correct threat target.
-Building Search: Techniques for handler and K9
-High Risk Deployments: Techniques designed to eliminate threats while reducing risk to handler and K9
-And much more.....
McDonough K9 Tactical Deployment Seminar
Hosted by: Ida County Sheriff’s Office, Ida Grove, IA & Mapleton Police Department, Mapleton, IA
October 9 & 10, 2017
$175 per K9 team – Class limit 20 dogs
Send registration form and payment to:
Ida County Sheriffs Office
Attn: Deputy Shillington
401 Moorehead St
Ida Grove, IA 51445
Lodging has been reserved at Boulders Inn & Suites in Holstein, IA. 12 rooms have been reserved under “Ida County Sheriffs Office K9 Training” at $103/ night. Reservation block held until September 09, 2017.
Boulders Inn & Suites
2011 Indorf Avenue, Holstein, IA 51025
Brief description: The objective of this 2-day course is to educate and train Police Canine Handlers and Cover Officers in tactical deployments. All levels of experience are welcome. Training will be geared towards the experience level of individual teams.
The course will require active involvement of K9 teams in reality based scenario training which, may include simulated gunfire and live fire exercises. We will teach team movements, approaches, building entries, building searches, vehicle extractions, search techniques, tactical obedience, movements with gunfire, tactical tracking, low-light operations, and much more!
This course will enhance abilities of anyone involved in K9 deployments and operations. Students attending this course will leave with a heightened awareness of officer safety and methods to increase their chance of Officer Survival if faced with a deadly encounter. Officers will achieve tactical success in this dynamic course.
K-9 Legal Seminar
NOVEMBER 8TH 2017
9:00a.m. – 5:00p.m.
UNITED STATE POLICE CANINIE ASSOCIATION REGION 21
ALGONA POLICE DEPARTMENT
WHERE: Ed and Betty Wilcox Performing Arts Center
600 S. Hale ST.
Algona, IA 50511 (Attached to the South side of Algona High)
COST: FREE FOR CURRENT USPCA REGION 21 MEMBERS
$50 For All Other USPCA Members
$100 For Non USPCA Members (INCLUDES 2018 USPCA MEMBERSHIP)
CONTACT: Ben Gatton
30 Years as trial lawyer in state of Michigan and Federal Court
Specializing in Police Litigation
Legal Editor for K9 COP Magazine
Legal Editor for POLICE K9 Magazine
Guest Instructor for numerous associations and K9 academies
Class is designed for K9 handlers, Administrators and Prosecutors
TOPICS OF DISCUSSION:
Search and Seizer, Tracking Evidence, Use of Force, Pre-Deployment Warnings, Liability and Risk Management, Defending the Civil Lawsuit,K9 Record Keeping, Mutual Aid Agreements, FLSA, Supervisory Liability
HOTEL INFO: Blocked Under United States Police Canine Association
Americinn and Suits $79.90-82.90 per night.
600 Highway 18 West. (515) 295-3333
Brookstone Lodge and Suites $83.62 per night.
1909 Highway 18 East. (515) 200-0030
Region 21 is open to new ideas and events for future training. Contact a region officer if you have ideas!
Contact Aaron Swenson, West Des Moines PD, to have your event added here.