2022 Idaho Police Canine Association Conference

Course Number:    R2-425

Description:   2022 Idaho Police Canine Association Conference

This is the Idaho Police Canine Association’s annual working conference.  

Links to the conference agenda, and the Conference flier are provided below.

2022 IPCA Conference Agenda   2022 IPCA Conference Flier


Dates:   May 2 – 6, 2022         Time:     0800-1700

Credit Hours:     40


Courtyard Marriott
1789 South Eagle Road
Meridian, Idaho 83642

Cost:         $250.00    Payable to IPCA

                    (Meals, travel, and/or lodging are the responsibility of the participant)

Deadline:   April 29, 2022

Instructors:  Multiple conference presenters.

POST Coordinator:  Jeff Sklar

Registration on line at https://www.idahopolicek9.org/2020-ipca-conference 

Remarks:  For additional information regarding this training, e-mail  Cydney Shubin  or Jason Piccola jpiccola@adacounty.id.gov

For the Host Hotel Information

Courtyard Marriott ($149 per night) (Code: IPIN)
1789 S. Eagle Rd Meridian, Id 83642
208-888-0800 or 888-236-2427

R2 232 Pounce K9 Legal Seminar Caldwell

Course Number: R2 232

     K9 Operations and the Law

Description:  Not simply a legal update session. This class begins and ends with an examination of the critical relationship among civilian attitudes, politics and the laws they have to enforce. The class takes a dynamic and interactive approach to educating police canine handlers and supervisors on current criminal and civil laws which govern the performance of their duties. The class draws on the actual experiences of the instructor and those attending the class to highlight the legal topics being covered. Officers are taught the relationship among training, records and the law and the importance of positive public relations in shaping the legal environment they must operate within.

Representative Topics Covered:1
K9 Search and Seizure Law Avoiding and Defending the Civil Lawsuit
K9 Vehicle Sniffs K9 & Fair Labor Standards Act
Tracking Evidence K9 Supervisory Liability
K9 Use of Force Issues K9 Certification Standards
K9 Pre-Deployment Warnings K9 Failure to Train Issues
K9 Record Keeping and Report Writing Mutual Aid Agreements Involving K9
K9 In the Era of Marijuana Legalization K9, Community Relations and The Law

Class Materials
-There are no hard copy materials distributed.
-Each attendee will receive an electronic copy (PDF) of the full Power Point used for the class following completion of the class (by email).
-Each attendee will also be asked to complete and submit a class review sheet.

This course is educational in nature and does not create an attorney/client relationship between the instructor and any person attending the class. Anyone with a specific legal matter requiring representation should consult their own attorney, agency attorney, State Attorney General or local prosecutor.

022522 K9 Flyer caldwell


Dates: February 25, 2022

Time:  0800-1700

Credit Hours:   8 POST Hours


Caldwell Police Department
Community Room
110 South 5th Avenue
Caldwell, Idaho

Cost: $200.00  Payable to Caldwell Police Department  Attention: LT Doug Winfield
(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:  February 18, 2022

Instructors:   John M. Peters, Pounce K-9 Legal Seminarls

Registration Details:   Contact Lt. Doug Winfield, Caldwell PD;
call (208) 455-4534 or email dwinfield@cityofcaldwell.org



For additional information regarding the training facility or local accommodations, call Lt. Doug Winfield at (208) 455-4534 or
email dwinfield@cityofcaldwell.org


Course Number:    R2 232

Description:   SKIDDS / CATS – K9 SWAT Deployment

S.K.I.D.D.S. / CATS, KATTS and T-MACC A unique one-of-a-kind K9 tactical course that is designed to educate and train K9 handlers, SWAT teams, Specialty Units, Patrol Officers and Correction Officers and the Military on the deployment of police dogs in a high risk patrol or SWAT Operation. Attendees   will participate in numerous slow and deliberate tactical training scenarios. Teams will learn the latest K9 searching methods, deployment and arrest techniques.

 232 flyer Caldwell SKIDDS CATS


Dates:   October 5 – 7, 2021

Time:     0800-1800

Credit Hours:  30


Caldwell Police Department
Community Room
110 South 5th Avenue,
Caldwell, ID 83605


Cost:  S595  Payable to  Canine Tactical Operations

(Meals, travel, and/or lodging are the responsibility of the participant)

Deadline:  September 21, 2021

Instructors:  Brad Smith

Registration on line at K9acops.com/events

Remarks:  For additional information regarding this training or the training venue, e-mail Lt. Doug Winfield at dwinfield@cityofcaldwell.org