K9 Legal Update with Terry Fleck
Monday, October 24, 2011
8 hour Class room presentation
Venue : TBA
Hotel: Inn at Port Gardner (Reference "K9 Seminar" for per diem rate of $94)
(lunch from 1200-1300)
Presented by Terry Fleck
, deputy sheriff and canine handler (retired) and author of the Canine Legal Update and Opinions for supervisors and administrators plus patrol, narcotic and contraband, explosives, tracking, search and rescue and accelerant dog teams. This seminar has been taught nationwide to over 25,000 students. Praised for reducing canine unit liability and increasing K-9 officer safety, this seminar has been updated and is now available.
Terry Fleck's last seminar here in WA state fast approaches! This class is a MUST for anyone who is involved in K9; administrators, prosecutors, handlers, supervisors. Thank you for registering, and embracing the importance of liability and tactical training for our profession. K9 unit administrators, supervisors, handlers and prosecutors world-wide have benefited from Dr. Fleck's liability workbook and presentation.
This most current workshop includes a packet with a new WA STATE addendum, with the most current case law from the State of Washington.
Registrants, please keep in mind that Dr. Fleck is punctual.
Opening address is promptly at 0755.
Registration opens at 0700 for work materials and seating.
Venue:Sno-Isle Technical Skills Center
in Everett, Wa.
9001 Airport Road, Everett, Wa 98204. Directions
Car pooling is recommended, as well as leaving dogs at home.
This one day course will address the following issues:
REGISTER - All Fields Are Required
- Canine deployment issues
- Canine policy
- Report writing
- Handler compensation Issues
- Accidental bites
- Canines as a less-lethal force
- Extensive case law on canine applications
- Canine training
- Vicarious liability issues
- Narcotic and contraband canine case law
- Explosive canine case law
- Tracking canine case law
- The course will address the legal issues of canine usage, canine tactics, and the prevention of litigation.
Police K9 Decoy School
Canyon County F.O.P And
Canyon County Sheriffs Office
This is a 3 day school that will be taught by Kevin Shehdal. Kevin owns and operates K9 Services out of Albuquerque New Mexico and has over 20 years experience in the K9 field. This will be a 3 day hands on school and is limited to only 15 people. Tuition is $300 dollars per student and students are encouraged to bring their K9 partners if they have one. Class dates are December 6th through the 8th.
Please make checks payable to the Canyon County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #29. Any questions contact:
Corporal Bryce Moore