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Metal Pipe
Metal Pipe
$7.00


Tracking lines (33' long)
Tracking lines (33' long)
$45.00


ACLEOTC Embroidered Hats - Black
ACLEOTC Embroidered Hats - Black
$10.00


German Rake
German Rake
$25.00


PSP leashes
PSP leashes
$38.00


References

Coweta County Sheriff’s Office
560 Greison Trail
Newnan, GA 30263
(770)301-9573
mstorey@coweta.ga.us

Alabama Department of Public Safety
301 South Ripley Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334)242-4393
charlton.martin@dps.alabama.gov

Georgia State Patrol
1505 Highway 29
North Athens, GA 30601
(404)978-3501
cmatthews@gsp.net

LaGrange Police Department
100 Haralson Street
LaGrange, GA 30241
(706)616-8701
jclower@lagrangega.gov

Opelika Police Department
501 South 10th Street
Opelika, AL 36801
(334)705-5200
(334)750-6165
bbrown@opelika.net

Chattanooga Police Department
3410 Amnicola Highway
Chattanooga, TN 37406
(423)593-2079
meeks_tommy@chattanooga.gov

New York City Metro Transit Authority
345 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10017
(914)557-6917
wfinucan@mtapd.org

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office
115 South Perry Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334)832-4980
georgebeaudry@mc.ala.org

17th Judicial Drug Task Force Marengo County
100 East Washington Street
Demopolis, AL 36732
(334)207-2458
clint.sumlin.dtf17@att.net

South Carolina Highway Patrol
Box 1993
Blythewood, SC 29016
(843)209-0533
cplogdon@scdps.gov

Racine Police Department
730 Center Street
Racine, WI 53403
(414)397-4586
david.arvai@cityofracine.org

Stata of Alabama Fire Marshal
105 Fairway Drive
Attalla, AL 35954
(256)312-3005
ray.cumby@insurance.alabama.gov

Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office
5606 Clearbrook Drive
Northport, AL 35473
(205)394-1401
jwhite1401@gmail.com

Montgomery Police Department
1913 Denny Drive
Deatsville, AL 36022
(334)241-2532
jezell@montgomeryal.gov

Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
4841 Alexis Drive
Marrero, LA 70119
(504)347-6630
pennison_mj@jpso.com

Fayette County Sheriff’s Office
155 Johnson Avenue
Fayetteville, GA 30214
(770)461-6353
cbenslay@fayettecountyga.gov

Birmingham Police Department
1710 1st Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
(205)919-5043
(205)873-9861
hboackle@gmail.com

South Carolina Department of Public Safety ACE Team
P.O. Box 1993
Blythewood, SC 29016
(843) 810-8178
jfsweatman@scdps.gov

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Instructor Course Curriculum E-mail
CANINE PSYCHOLOGY--16 hours

a.     Behavior evaluation

b.     Drives and instincts relative to police dog prerequisites

c.     Solving problem behavior

d.     Reward, conflict, and stress relating to training

e.     Recognizing proper/improper traits in selection


BREED SELECTION--5 hours

a.     Genetic and breed characteristics of working breeds

b.     Basic understanding of prepotent working bloodlines


POLICE DOG SELECTION TESTS-- 16 hours

a.     Puppy evaluation tests

b.     Patrol Dog evaluation and certification tests

c.     Drug Dog evaluation and certification tests

d.     Tracking Dog evaluation and certification tests


TRACKING AND CRIMINAL EVIDENCE SEARCH—120 hours

Classroom:

a.     Theory of human scent vs. ground disturbance

b.     Factual scientific research and conclusions

c.     Films and textbook study of proper mechanics of
        tracking training

d.     Preservation of criminal evidence by non­
        destructive indication

e.     Tracking (ground scent) vs. trailing (air scent)

f.     Courtroom presentation of evidence and testimony

g.     Climate conditions and the effect on tracking


Field:
h.     Training procedures for tracking dogs
                   
i.     Voice inflections in tracking
                   
j.     Leash handling
                   
k.     Motivating the tracking drive
                   
l.     Retraining of dogs from trailing to tracking



OBEDIENCE--40 hours

Classroom:    
a.     Pavlov’s theory of stimulus/response as it relates
        to obedience

b.     Proper motivation techniques

c.     Maintaining peak mental energy levels in obedience

Field:
d.     Preparation of agility and confidence courses

e.     Control in hostile situations including armed
        encounters and shooting incidents

f.     Training of certification tests

                                                                                                                                      

APPREHENSION- -120 hours

Classroom:
a.     Review of case law concerning the use of force by police dogs

b.     Safeguards and conformity of minimal (reasonable)
        force by police dogs

c.     Courtroom presentation and behavior

d.     Prey drive vs. fight drive training

e.     Technological advances of West German police in
        undercover (decoy) investigations

f.     Muzzle training-theory and practicality

Field:
g.     Directional search for suspects

h.     Building search

i.     Experiencing stress and conflict

j.     Tactical deployment of police dogs in armed
       encounters and decoy work

k.     Increased officer safety by three phase “out”

l.     Handler defense

m.     Surveillance operations



NARCOTICS/EXPLOSIVES DETECTION- -120 hours

Classroom:
a.     Review of case laws

b.     Preparation of training materials

c.     Scientific research and conclusions relating to
        detection tasks

d.     Selection tests for training

e.     Suitable training areas

Field:
f.     Beginning, intermediate, and finishing phase of training

g.    Buildup of alert behavior

h.     Establishing reliability through “Verleitung” or
        temptation

i.     Realistic situation training

j.     Certification tests

k.     Courtroom behavior and presentation


INSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE (student teaching) --80 hours

Classroom:
a.     Instructing police officers in each phase of
        training course

Field:
b.     Instructing police officers is each phase of
        training course


MISCELLANEOUS- -8 hours

Classroom:
a.     Public relations-community and media and Field: 
b.     Demonstrations and exhibitions
c.     Participation in civilian canine organizations for public relations purposes
d.     Emergency canine first-aid

 
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Alabama Canine Law Enforcement Officers Training Center, Inc proudly trains canines to specialize in the following: drug dogs, narcotics dogs, bomb dogs, explosive dogs, patrol dogs, and apprehension dogs