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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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Reggie Sutton
from Birmingham Police Dept.
Signed on: Sun 04 Dec 2011 19:38:43 CST
This is my third dog from Ricky Farley. I have handled a patrol dog for almost 15 years and would not consider a dog from any other provider. My previous dog had over 75 apprehensions and was as genetically sound as any top kennel in the world could provide. Beautiful facility. Great staff and learning environment. Thanks again Ricky.
suttrl1@gmail.com
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Lt. Eddie Hagood
from Alabama Dept. of Corrections
Signed on: Sun 26 Dec 2010 09:11:07 CST
I am a canine handler with the Alabama Department of Corrections. Since attending Alabama Canine Law Enforcement Officers Training Center class in May of 2010, (six months ago) I have confiscated over 100 finds of narcotics hiding inside and outside Correctional facilities. While attending the class I was taught the legal issue in using a canine, how to maintain the canine and the movement of odor. By using the ways Alabama Canine teaches, I am very successful in locating narcotics with my partner Niko. I am able to contact Alabama Canine anytime to assist me for finding hiding spots on vehicles to correcting my dog. Alabama Canine has many years of experience of training dogs and it really shows when using canines from Alabama canine.
EPHAGOOD@AOL.COM
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Robbie Autery
from Alabama State Troopers
Signed on: Fri 03 Dec 2010 12:54:38 CST
I attended Alabama Canine Law Enforcement Officers Training Center, Inc in November 2008.  
During the course I was taught what affects the movement of odor and how that directly affects permeation and how this influences a dogs ability to detect the odor of Narcotics. We were taught drives and character traits and how they affect a Narcotics Detection Canine during his tour of duty. We were also taught case law during the course to ensure us what criteria needed to be met before the dog could be utilized on the street.  
Ricky Farley has to be one of the most knowledgeable professionals training police service dogs in the world today. He is also gifted when it comes to handling and reading a dogs behavior. He can watch a canine work during 2 to 3 searches and can tell you what that dog is thinking and why he is behaving in a certain manner. It truly is amazing to watch.  
If your department is interested in purchasing police service canines, I highly recommend purchasing your canine from Ricky Farley. He is one of few dog trainers that will stand behind you and your canine 100% of the time. He also makes himself available to you 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. You just don’t find that kind of service out there today. 
If your department purchasing one of Ricky Farley’s dogs, I guarantee you that you will receive one of the most efficient and effective police service canines patrolling the streets today. 
Ricky, thank you for all you do for us officers on a daily basis and for having our back.
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Philip Saladino
from Gretna, LA
Signed on: Sun 21 Nov 2010 08:55:40 CST
I attended class in Alabama for Sep 03 to Oct 03. I am still working with my partner, Duco. We have well over 100 apprehensions during that time. I have also been to other training programs and have not come across one that can measure up to the experience and education I got from Rickey. The training I received from him helped me pass seven strait certifications on the first try from several national organizations. If anything should ever happen to my partner the only replacement would have to come from Rickey.
gretnak9@hotmail.com
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Scott Reneau
from Tunnel Hill Police Department I.C.E. Unit
Signed on: Thu 05 Aug 2010 07:09:27 CDT
Just finished attending K9 training at Alabama Canine. We had only been back a week and a half, "Vinni" indicated on a car and we located $11,000. It took 8 days for "Vinni" to pay for himself. I had a great month of traning with Rickey and learned more than I ever thought I would. I look forward to going back for recert next year.
officersreneau@yahoo.com
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GeoffSigned on: Wed 28 Apr 2010 07:28:34 CDT
I attended the Narcotic Detection Course from Febuary 2010 to April 2010. This course was held in Newnan Ga. and was instructed by Sgt. Storey from the Coweta County Sheriffs Office. From the first day of class I knew that I was going to get an education which was second to none. Sgt. Storey is an outstanding instructor and it shows when he puts dog teams on the street and they are successful. Thank you to Sgt. Storey for everything you taught me and a special thanks to Ricky and Sheriff Yeager for allowing the class to be held in Coweta Co. Im looking foward to having success with my new partner K9 Jeff in the years to come.
geoffnwtn@yahoo.com
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Brandon Thrower
from Newnan, GA
Signed on: Fri 23 Apr 2010 11:56:35 CDT
I recently completed the handlers coarse (class 10-01) in Coweta County, GA. My new partner K9 Nero is a narcotic and tracking K9 with our Patrol Division. With the help of Ricky Farley and Sgt. Mark Storey I was able to complete this coarse and also gain an abundance of knowledge about the canine field. This is the most rewarding aspect of my career to date! So thanks to Ricky Farley and Sgt. Mark Storey for all of your help. From what I have observed Alabama Canine has by far the best training and quality of canine to offer. Special thanks to Sheriff Mike Yeager for allowing this class to take place.  
 
DFC Brandon Thrower  
Coweta County S.O.
buga079@aol.com
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Clint PattonSigned on: Thu 01 Apr 2010 21:17:51 CDT
I attended the Patrol Dog handler course from Sep.-Nov. 2009 where I received my dog Jack. This was by far the best training I have ever attended. Ricky's training methods are second to none. So thanks Ricky for all you did for Jack and I it was a great experience . I would highly recommend ACLEOTEC to anyone . 
Clint Patton 
Fayette County Sheriff's Office
patton_clint@yahoo.com
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Cody A. BenslaySigned on: Mon 28 Dec 2009 15:09:27 CST
I attemded the handlers course Nov.- Jan 2008/09. The knowledge gained from this course has helped me greatly while working with my dog Arros. This school is very challenging both mentally and physically but I believe it is second to none. I enjoyed the time in Alabama so much that I happily went back to the school from Oct.-Dec. 2009 to obtain my instructor certification. Ricky Farley has a vast knowledge of dogs and how to train them. In addition to that Ricky has very good knowledge of what a Police Officer working the street may encounter and works all of his training around this. The idea and philosphy behind his training is unmatched. If you are in the market for a new dog in your department I would recommend Ricky and his school.
fcso2248@bellsouth.net
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Lena M. Moore
from Newnan, GA
Signed on: Tue 22 Sep 2009 23:39:17 CDT
I attended the Coweta County Class (09-01) earlier this year and was partnered with my wonderful K9 "Donja". "Donja" is trained in narcotics detection and tracking. Sgt. Mark Storey and Ricky Farley are wonderful instructors and truly have a way of explaining things so that it was easy to comprehend. This course however is very mentally and physically challenging but at the end is one of the most rewarding experiences of my law enforcement career. My first night on the street with my new partner she tracked down a fleeing felon and since then has made 14 felony arrests including other tracking arrests and narcotics arrests. I would highly recommend Alabama Canine to anyone wishing to add a K9 to their department becasue you will not be disappointed in the finished product that you hit the streets with! Thank you Alabama Canine, Ricky Farley, Sgt Mark Storey and Sheriff Mike Yeager for making the Coweta County classes possible!  
 
"Its not the size of the dog inthe fight but the size of the fight in the dog!"
lmmcjw@yahoo.com
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