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ACLEOTC Embroidered Hats - Black
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Verschoorpak bite suit
Verschoorpak bite suit
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Akah muzzle
Akah muzzle
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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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Ken RiversSigned on: Tue 15 Sep 2009 15:09:28 CDT
In the spring of 2009 I attended Ricky's Canine Instructor School. I work for a medium sized department in Idaho with four canine teams. Sending me to this school was a large investment for my department and we had high expectations of how well this would benefit our canine program. We have not been disappointed!!! I returned from Alabama with the knowledge on how to take our canine program to the next level, plus I returned with my new dog who is turning out to be an excellent dog. I would highly recommend this program to any department that is looking to improve their canine program and wanting to maximize their canines productivity. Thanks Ricky!! 
 
P.S. This course is a hands on program. If you decide to attend this program you will handle and train dogs 10-12 hours or more a day. This is definitely not an academic, class room type of class. The only way to learn to train dogs is to be at the end of the leash, every day, all day long. It was great!
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Jeanette Johnson
from Idaho Falls, ID
Signed on: Tue 15 Sep 2009 15:13:17 CDT
One can tell a good instructor and someone who knows their stuff when every time you go to a class they are teaching; you learn more each time and are able to apply it.  
I got my second canine, Zeke, from Alabama Canine in 2006. I learned a lot while I was there for the handler's course. Ricky has been coming to our IPCA seminars for the past 7 yrs. He always comes up with good scenarios, where both the handler and the dog learn. I just attended a 3 wk canine patrol class in Meridian, ID(3-2009), that Ricky taught. Zeke and I definitely improved as a team after the class. Ricky, Thanks for all that you do to try and make police dogs and their handlers better teams. Sincerely, Jeanette and Zeke :)
jcjohnsn@gmail.com
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Warren Hartley
from Fayetteville GA
Signed on: Tue 15 Sep 2009 15:14:16 CDT
I attended the handler course taught in Coweta County GA(Feb-May 2009). This school was one of the most challenging yet rewarding experiences of my law enforcement career. Ricky Farley and Sgt Mark Storey are outstanding instructors who made it easy for me to understand what is needed for my dog. Now with my highly motivated partner "Aaros", working the streets just got a lot more interesting. Thanks for all you do for the law enforcement community guys, and a special thanks to Sheriff Yeager for hosting the school.  
 
MPO Warren Hartley 
Fayetteville Police Dept.
whartley34@bellsouth.net
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Randall BurnsSigned on: Mon 03 Mar 2008 05:19:05 CST
I completed the Narcotics Handler Course at the Coweta County Facility in April 2007. Ricky Farley and Mark Storey are the best dog trainers I have ever seen. When I started the training I knew very little about Police K-9s, but by the time I was done I was a competent/proficient K-9 Handler ready to hit the streets with my AWESOME high drive dog, ARIS. :grin  
 
Ricky, Aris is doing great things over here...We appreciate everything you do!
rburns@senoia.com
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Lt. Everette JohnsonSigned on: Mon 25 Feb 2008 06:29:29 CST
Our Department purchased a "green" canine from ACLEOTC. WIthin six weeks, the dog was ready for the streets. On his first night, "Viggo" found a bad guy in a building and got his first apprehension. Ricky's experience and knowledge has truly benefited our Unit.
ejohnson@mongtomeryal.gov
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Chad MyersSigned on: Wed 26 Dec 2007 12:29:41 CST
I have just completed the Patrol Dog Handler course through ACLEOTC at the Coweta County Georgia facility. I am amazed at the amount of information I have obtained not only in handling my dog, but also information on the drives and character traits that affect him every aspect of his day to day life. With the knowledge that I have obtained from this course, I feel fully confidant that I will be able to professionally handle my dog on the street and testify in court with no problems. Ricky Farley and Mark Storey taught the material in an easy to understand way and were able to apply everything we learned to something that has happened on the street. Having completed this course (Test's included,) makes be feel as though I have accomplished something Great! I would strongly recommend to anyone that is looking for a detector or Patrol dog to go with ACLEOTC! Thanks Rickey and Mark for your excellent instruction! See you guys at ManTracker! 
Officer Chad Myers 
Fayetteville Police Department 
chadewey2000@aol.com
Chadewey2000@aol.com
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Brian McClureSigned on: Mon 10 Dec 2007 16:38:36 CST
I have been associated with Police K9's for over 20 years. I am currently the lead handler and trainer for my Department and a State Certified Instructor and K9 Evaluator. I have found no one more knowledgable about all aspects of Police K-9 than Ricky Farley. His dogs are above and beyond any other vendors or trainers I have come across.I plan on replacing our entire Unit with ACLEOTC dogs as they cycle out and retire. Thanks Ricky, you have taken Police K-9 to the next higher level.
bmcclure@pocatello.us
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Daniel FerroneSigned on: Fri 23 Nov 2007 13:55:37 CST
Ricky I want to thank you and Mark along with the Coweta County Sheriff's Office for your tireless efforts in providing me and the Pine Mountain Police Department with the training we receieved. I know because of your efforts, Molly will be a more dependable and effective Officer and for that I am appreciative.
danielferrone@yahoo.com
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Randy ArthurSigned on: Sun 09 Sep 2007 21:31:32 CDT
Ricky - I just wanted to thank you for helping me acquire a new dog, Vigo, that exceeds all of my expecta- tions. Over the past 5 years, you've seen me working with my current dog, Rico, and I believe you saw how I utilize the dog, and what I expect from a dog. Over the 11 years that I've been a handler, I have learned to have some pretty high requirements for what I want in a dog, and I can see that Vigo already has the characteristics and traits that I need to move to the next level. In training with you and talking with you, I believe you have the best handle on what traits a dog needs to be successful, as well as the best means to train that dog to optimize its performance. Again, thank you, and rest assurred that when we need another dog, we will be coming back to you for your help.  
Randy Arthur, Boise Police Dept.
rarthur@cityofboise.org
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William ScribnerSigned on: Tue 21 Aug 2007 21:53:33 CDT
On Feb 19-20,2007 Ricky Farley came to Connecticut to instruct a canine muzzle training seminar for the Connecticut Police Work Dog Assoc. The seminar was attended by over fifty canine teams from municipal law enforcement agencies within the state. We received nothing but positive feedback on Rickey and the training. As our flyer for the seminar said, "Rickey is considered one of the most knowledgeable trainers in the country on canine muzzle work. Rickey has a wealth of excperience in this course area, the desire, ability and skills to bring the canine to the peak of his muzzle fighting abiliity." 
 
Bill Scribner, Master Trainer 
North American Police Work Dog Assoc.
renbar.kennels@sbcglobal.net
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