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PSP leashes
PSP leashes
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ACLEOTC Sweatshirt
ACLEOTC Sweatshirt
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Shock Collar Training Holder
Shock Collar Training Holder
$40.00


ACLEOTC Flex Fit Hat - Grey / White
ACLEOTC Flex Fit Hat - Grey / White
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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 Training

The staff of Alabama Canine Law Enforcement Officers Training Center would like to thank you for your interest in our instructor course. We are proud to be recognized as one of the finest training centers in the country. 

The instructor’s course is geared toward a police officer from your department in new, innovative methods of police dog training. Technology in this field has advanced rapidly in the last several years. These methods can increase efficiency in a K-9 unit while reducing liability to the police department. In the criminal apprehension phase the dogs are trained to conform to legal sanctions regarding the use of force. This is accomplished through skills developed and knowledge gained in several training techniques to include muzzle, ring Suit, concealed and exposed sleeves. Students should expect to spend a great deal of time developing their agitation skills. Tactical Deployment, officer survival skills and use of dogs in specialized operations are also instructed as a part of the apprehension phase.
Instructor Training
  
ACLEOTC uses the latest training techniques and procedures in training dogs for bombs and narcotics detection. These methods are more efficient than the current ideologies used by most departments today. For example, since dogs are able to learn five drugs within ten days, the complete remainder of course time can be directed toward teaching searching skills. This allows for a superior dog at the end of the course. Adequate time is available for teaching the dog to give an unmistakable and clear indication, which is so important in the cases today. A passive, yet clear, indication is possible in the bomb searches due to the innovative manner in which the explosives detector dogs are trained. The safest and calmest procedures are fully instructed to the participant so that these highly stressful situations can be handled with greater competency.
  
Instructor TrainingDue to a more complete awareness of the scent capabilities of dogs when tracking, extremely, efficient results are obtained using European police training procedures. Dogs are taught to track footstep to footstep and clearly indicate any evidence found along the path of the perpetrator. In this age of mobility, offenders often have transportation waiting after the commission of a crime. Therefore, the actual path of the suspect and any evidence available is of utmost importance. Not only can offenders be apprehended but also discarded evidence linking them to the crime.
Instructor Training
  
Of special note is the fact that the Instructor learns new training methods which enable a police dog to reach his maximum potential by enhancing and stimulating drives within the dog. These technological advances have proven themselves across the United States already. Police dogs are now able to apprehend the most aggressive criminal yet, even out of sight of the handler. The stable character of todays police dogs allows for a far greater advantage in the area of public relations.
  
Instructor TrainingAlso included within the framework of the instuctor’s course, which is nine weeks in duration and entails 520 hours of instruction, is detailed information concerning psychological evaluation of prospective K-9’s. This important knowledge gives an excellent awareness of what limitations and potential exists within dogs even prior to hands-on training. Other areas include handler survival skills, economical maintenance, enhancing public support through civic awareness measures, etc. A curriculum of the entire course is included within this packet.  



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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