The City of Titusville, Florida / Police / NewsTitusville Police, BCSO and NAPWDA Host K9 Training Workshop
Law Enforcement K9 teams from across the country assembled in Titusville at the American Police Hall of Fame December 7th
through December 11th
for the 2015 North American Police Work Dog Association Florida State Workshop.
Attendees consisted of 83 K9 Law Enforcement and civilian Search and Rescue teams from all over the United States. Teams attended practical workshop training and received certifications in the areas of Narcotics, Cadaver, Explosives, Tracking and Trailing, Building and Area Search and Aggression Control, and Police Utility Dog.
The Titusville Police Department, Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and NAPWADA converged Master Trainers, Trainers and Speakers to host a week of intense and proactive hands on training for Law Enforcement K9 teams and civilian Search and Rescue teams alike.
“This training is invaluable and these teams receive expert information from the nation’s top NAPWDA Master Trainers.” said Titusville Police Lieutenant Chris Deloach. “After receiving their annual certifications, these teams return to their local jurisdictions and are an integral part of our local, state, and national security,” added Deloach.
NAPWDA has provided this training in Florida since the late 1990’s, and the event continues to grow in participation every year.