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Ohio K-9 Resources. April 1, 2010. K-9 Technical Advisory Committee. Committee Chair Sandra Lesko [email protected] Technical Advisor Tina Waymire [email protected] Volunteer Liaison Deana Hudgins [email protected] Ohio Response System (ORS). K-9 Technical Advisory Committee (TAC).

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Ohio K-9 Resources

April 1, 2010


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K-9 Technical Advisory Committee

Committee Chair

Sandra Lesko

[email protected]

Technical Advisor

Tina Waymire

[email protected]

Volunteer Liaison

Deana Hudgins

[email protected]

Ohio Response System (ORS)


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K-9 Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)

To enhance the capability of K-9 response in the State through standardized operations, training and logistics.

The committee’s focus is on the overwhelming impact of an event, natural or man made that exceeds local resources. The response of regional resources would supplement a local jurisdiction or region, and operate under their command and within their established unified command structure.

This is a multi-disciplinary TAC which includes all aspects of working dogs, such as Tracking/Trailing, Search and Rescue, Cadaver, Explosives Detection, Accelerant Detection, Narcotics Detection and GeneralPatrol.

Purpose


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Ohio Response System K-9 TAC

3 year process

Establish a Statewide Database separating K-9s by utility

Develop a central notification system for K-9 deployment

Develop minimum qualifications and standards for K-9s


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K-9 teams are entered into a database using Homeland Security Planning Regions

Response will come from the closest appropriate K-9 team

K-9 Response Regions

Homeland Security Planning Regions


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Homeland Security Planning Regions

Security

Planning

Regions


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What K-9 Units Provide Security Planning Regions

  • Throughout Ohio there is a network of highly trained K-9 teams providing services in Human Remains Detection, Search and Rescue, Tracking/Trailing, Explosives Detection, Accelerant Detection, Narcotics Detection and General Patrol

  • K-9 Teams can come from Law Enforcement, Fire Departments or Professional, non-profit volunteer K-9 teams


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Situations for Using Human Remains Detection (HRD)-Land K-9s Security Planning Regions

HRD K-9s can be used in wilderness, rural, suburban and urban searches as well as building and vehicle searches

Initially focus on areas of highest probability including trails, roads and last know points

  • HRD K-9s can be utilized to aid in an investigation and search areas where a crime may have taken place or to rule out areas so an investigation can move forward


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Capabilities of Human Remains Detection K-9s (Land) Security Planning Regions

  • Capable of locating human remains that are buried, hanging and at ground level

  • Capable of locating an entire body as well as small quantities of blood, bone and tissue

  • Since the K-9 is searching for the scent of decomposition, the presence of other searchers or investigators will not affect their ability to work


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Human Remains Detection (HRD) – Water Security Planning RegionsOverview

  • Searching for scent of decomposition in water.

  • Work from boats or along the shoreline/bank

  • Scent moves through the water via underwater currents to the surface, then moves along the water via surface currents and wind

  • Variety of alerts;

    passive, dig or bark, which may differ from the dog’s alert on land


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Situations for Using Human Remains Detection (HRD)-Water K-9s

HRD K-9s can be used in wilderness, rural, suburban and urban environments to search ponds, lakes, rivers or streams

Capable of narrowing down a search area for dive teams

  • Once the search has expanded, HRD K-9s can be utilized to search the remaining area in a grid pattern similar to a land grid search


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Situations for Using Area Search K-9s K-9s

In wilderness or rural settings, area search dogs can be used to conduct hasty searches along trails and high probability areas

During expanded operations, area search K-9s can be assigned search sectors


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Situations for Using Area Search K-9s K-9s

In urban or suburban settings, area search dogs are useful in working areas along streams, railroad tracks, construction sites (when not in use)

Area search dogs are also capable of conducting building searches


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Capabilities for Area Search K-9s K-9s

  • One K-9 is capable of covering many acres in a given time period, therefore, saving time and energy

  • Can be utilized during the day and night

  • Can work in conjunction with other K-9 SAR disciplines

  • Capable of alerting on victim without visual contact


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Tracking K-9 Overview K-9s

Often K-9s that are used to locate and/or apprehend suspects

K-9 will work with nose to the ground

Work on lead

Often work without a scent article

Utilize the “hottest” trail from the point last seen


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Situations for Using Tracking K-9s K-9s

Utilize tracking K-9s in

wilderness, rural,

suburban, and urban

sites with a verified PLS

before the scene

becomes contaminated

by other human scent

since there is no scent

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Trailing Overview K-9s

Capable of locating scent days after a person has passed through an area

Possibility after a number of days the scent is still there

Work on lead

Need a scent article from the victim


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Situations for Using Trailing K-9s K-9s

Trailing K-9s can be used in wilderness, rural, suburban, urban and building searches

Initially K-9 can be used at the verified LKP to determine a direction of travel

  • As search operations expand, trailing dog teams can be used at trail or road intersections, updated PLS, and search area perimeters


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Identifying K-9 SAR Resources for Use in Your Area K-9s

Legitimate teams should be able to provide you with the following information:

Certifications from external agencies

Current background checks from BCI&I and/or FBI

Proof of insurance or be willing to sign a waiver of liability

Training logs for each handler and dog


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K-9 Response Application K-9s

Application Location

To start the application process go to:http://co.miami.oh.us/sheriff

If you have any questions contact:

Sandra Lesko –Public Sector Liaison

[email protected]

Deana Hudgins – Volunteer Liaison

[email protected]


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Certifications K-9s

National certifications as accepted by NIMS standards available to SAR teams currently include:

North American Police Work Dog Association (NAPWDA)

National Association for Search and Rescue (NASAR)

International Police Work Dog Association (IPWDA)

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Additional certifications such as First Aid, CPR, Blood Borne Pathogens, ICS 100 & 200, etc. are also required by NIMS and differ by discipline


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K-9 Response Application K-9s

The requirements were taken from the NIMS Typing

Everyone will be required to meet these national standards

NIMS Requirements



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K-9 Response Application K-9s

Requirements for Volunteer Search and Rescue Personnel

  • NFPA 472 HazMat

  • Awareness and/or OSHA 1910.120

  • OSHA 1910.120 Respiratory Protection

  • ICS-100: Introduction to ICS

  • ICS-200: Basic ICS

  • ICS-700: NIMS, An Introduction

  • ICS-800: NRF, An introduction

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  • Evidence Preservation

  • Blood borne pathogens OSHA 1910

  • S&R Fundamentals to include land navigation

  • First Aid and CPR Certifications

  • Current Certification by:– Land Cadaver

  • NASAR; and/or USPCA; NAPWDA; and/or IPWDA


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K-9 Response Application K-9s

Requirements for Volunteer Search and Rescue Personnel

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NFPA 472 HazMat Operational or OSHA

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ICS-100: Introduction to ICS

ICS-200: Basic ICS

FEMA IS-700: NIMS, An introduction

Evidence Preservation

Blood borne pathogens OSHA 1910

First Aid and CPR Certifications

Current Certification by: NAPWDA, IPWDA , NASAR –Water Cadaver


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K-9 Response Application K-9s

Requirements for Volunteer Search and Rescue Personnel

Area Search and Trailing Dogs

NFPA 472 HazMat Awareness and/or OSHA 1910 equivalent

OSHA 1910 – Respiratory Protection

Canine SAR Tech Wilderness Course

ICS-100: Introduction to ICS

ICS-200: Basic ICS

FEMA IS-700: NIMS, An introduction

First Aid and CPR Certifications

Current Certification by: NAPWDA, IPWDA & NASAR


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K-9 Response Application K-9s

Requirements for Volunteer Search and Rescue Personnel

Applicable portions of NFPA 1670: Standard Rescue Technician

K-9 Search Specialist Training

OSHA 1910 – Respiratory Protection, blood borne pathogens and

confined space awareness

ASTM F-2209

ICS-100: Introduction to ICS

ICS-200: Basic ICS

ICS-800: NRF, An Introduction

NFPA 472 – HazMat Awareness

FEMA IS-700: NIMS, An introduction

First Aid and CPR Certifications

Current Certification by: NASAR Canine Disaster Responder or

IPWDA equivalent, and/or FEMA Type I K-9 Specialist

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K-9 Response Application K-9s

All members must have:

A current FBI or BCI&I background check

& Crime Scene Preservation Course

Return all applications, photos and documents to:

201 West Main St.

Troy, Ohio 45373

Attn: Deputy Tina Waymire


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Identification Cards K-9s

Once the applicants have met all requirements they will be

issued an identification card.

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K-9 Response Notification System K-9s

Miami County Sheriff’s Office 9-1-1 Center handles the K-9 notification system

Primary Telephone Number (800) 443-2321

Back Up Telephone Number (937) 440-9911


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QUESTIONS K-9s


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