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K9 Encounters #4065
December 12, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm$25.00
In order to receive a refund, or if you need to withdraw or transfer classes you must submit your request by email to Tasheena Taylor at email@example.com, 7 business days prior to the course start date.
If you need your department to be invoiced for payment, please complete this form https://forms.gle/jykGDdYFta2qZQ6w5 or call for information at 903-463-8765.
This courses the legislatively mandated course that is to be completed not later than the second anniversary of the date an officer is licensed (after January 1, 2016). It is a requirement for all intermediate or advanced proficiency certificates to be issued after January 1, 2016.
*Upon completion of the course, you will receive four (4) hours of course credit.
Police can expect to encounter dogs in the course of their duties, from a traffic stop – where the dog is along for the ride, to encountering a dog in a yard or at the doorway of a home – when serving a warrant or interviewing suspects and witnesses. Law Enforcement Officers are more likely to encounter a dog in at least 1 out of every 3 houses they visit. Course topics include:
- Texas State Animal Laws
- Recognizing and Understanding Canine Behavior
- Non-lethal tools/methods/resources to avoid and defend against canine attack
- Conflict Avoidance, De-escalation, and Use of Force Continuum Principles
- Other Techniques and Surviving an Attack
- Identification of other common animal encounters
Location Dates & Times
- Thursday, Dec 12, 2019
- 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
- Main Campus, Academy Classroom (SC-104)
If you need your department to be invoiced for payment, please complete this form https://forms.gle/jykGDdYFta2qZQ6w5or call for information at 903-463-8765.
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