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NNDDA National Training Conference April 27h through May 1st PDF Print E-mail

NNDDA National Training Conference April 27h through May 1st

 

Buchanan, Tennessee

 

Open to ALL NNDDA Members

 

GOOD NEWS, More rooms have opened up for our conference, so if you had to book somewhere else and want to stay at the HOST HOTEL contact Kristi McClelland directly at 731-642-4311

 

On the first night of our NNDDA National Conference, Sunday, April 26, the NNDDA will pay tribute to law enforcement officers and Police K-9s that have passed by lighting a candle in their name. This is not limited to just K-9 Handlers and Police K-9 Dogs. This is open to ALL law enforcement. However, Police K-9 candles will be limited to dogs that were NNDDA certified.

If anyone is unable to attend and may have an officer or NNDDA certified Police Dog they want honored, please leave a comment or an inbox message and we will light a candle in their memory.

Candles will be provided by the NNDDA.

 

Narcotics, Police Service Dog, Utility Dog Certifications.

Many Narcotic Training Sites


Tennessee POST Approved

 

Registration Fee: $275.00 before 4-15-15, $350.00 after 4-15-15, does not include NNDDA membership or certfication fees.

 

Host Hotel:Paris Landing State Park

400 Lodge Road

Buchanan, TN., 38222

1-800-250-8614

 

Reservation CODE: 5642

Room Rate: $71.12

 

Check with hotel for exempt rate, The name on Tax exempt Form Must Match the Name on Your Department Check. You can not use cash or creditcard and get tax exempt rate.

 

Dogs must in a crate when in room

 

ATTENTION ALL HANDLERS ATTENDING THE 2015 NNDDA NATIONALS!!!!!!

 

Our host hotel is booking very fast and have advised us they have limited rooms available.

 

Host Hotel has no more rooms for Friday or Saturday.

Kristi, from Paris Landing found an additional 9 rooms that are available Friday and Saturday at Dover Inn, Dover, TN, 13 minutes from Paris Landing. Room Rate $60.00  plus tax.


Contact Brenda at 931-232-5556 and tell her you are with the NNDDA. You can then make you normal Sunday through Saturday at the Paris Landing using code 5642

 

Makes sure you need to give the hotel the registration code: 5642

 

If you still have trouble making your reservation ask for Kristi McClelland at 731-642-4311

 

The overflow hotels will be the Quality Inn, in Paris, TN. The number is 731-642-2838. The room rate is $77.00 per night.

The Fish Tail Inn is also available for overflow, as well. The contact number is 731-642-7113. The room rate is $70.00 per night.

 

PLEASE tell them you are with the NNDDA, code 5642 when you register

 

Paris Landing State Park:  http://tnstateparks.com/parks/about/paris-landing


Registration, Meetings, Events at Host Hotel and surrounding areas


Certifying Officials Meeting: Sunday, April 26th, 9 am, Conference Center Bay A

 

Registration: Sunday, April 26th, 1 pm to 5 pm, Conference Center Bay A

 

Late Registration: Monday April 27th, 7 am to 8:45 am, Conference Center Bay A

 

General Membership Meeting: Monday April 27th, 9 am, Conference Center Bay B


Additional Information will be posted


Meritorious Achievement Award: If you have had your NNDDA certified canine partner pass and plan to be at the banquet send your request for the award to Terry Uetrecht at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

Registration and Itinerary below

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Lynn Lueder Passes PDF Print E-mail

From one of the Founding Fathers:

 

The NNDDA today lost a man by the name of Lynn Lueders. If you have ever attended a

Nationals or a narcotic dog training school then you met Lynn Lueders. Area searches

where his training sites at most of time, along with his best friend Joe Hoing. Lynn was a

quiet and gentle man he didn't say much but when he did a young K-9 handler was about

to hear and learn something that would make the K-9 a better team. We will be having

the national in a couple of months and I can bet Lynn Lueders, Peggy Goodwin and all

the other great members that have gone before them will be watching each of you

working your K9s. Each one will have their K-9 that have been waiting for them to arrive.

We all loved and respected you my Brother. Looking forward to seeing you one of these

day.

 

Your Friend Forever John Chandler

 
Please Visit Ace K9 For Addtional Canine Information PDF Print E-mail

The AceK9.com Facebook page,

See and Join our Wonderful Law Enforcement Community!
https://www.facebook.com/AceK9Photography

 

Very short video of our Building and Logos
https://www.youtube.com/v/aQam2XevDrc

The AceK9.com Youtube Channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRealAceK9/videos

Hot-N-Pop® Pro & K9 Heat Alarm® Pro User Guide Playlist, very helpful to the
Handlers
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSX3CNxh1Ig&list=PLBLHR3Re8evIVzlSiFv8PM1MKdbhyMRKI

AceK9.com K9 Action Videos Play List
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBLHR3Re8evJSBmvB8gDg1y09RerCKGpI

Latest and Coolest Police K9 Video to date (if you want to cut to the chase,
go here (:>))
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkqQ149f2b0

 
UPDATE: Freddie Bouillion Seriously Injuried in a Vehicle Accident PDF Print E-mail

From: Gabby Guerra Palma 9/29

Imagine my surprise to see Freddie Bouillion's name on my text this morning! Sounds like he is doing well and hopefully will be released Wednesday! Freddie, you absolutely made my day! I'm glad you ...are in the road to recovery!!!!!

Read more...
 
Drug and Cash Bust Anthony Texas PDF Print E-mail

Anthony Texas Police Department. Handler deploys k9 on a non-intrusive free air sniff on a parked vehicle overnight behind a jewelry store, which yielded a positive alert. upon further investigation, k9 was deployed inside the jewelry store, were k9 Apollo alerted on a large metal safe, officers located a large amount of Marijuana, Cocaine and US Currency. Officers arrested store owner, seized 3 vehicles and the entire jewelry contents inside the store.

 
Killeen Police K9 Azor Passes PDF Print E-mail

The Killeen Police Department is saddened by the loss of K-9 Azor, who passed away peacefully in his home on October 20, 2014, after a brief battle against cancer. K-9 Azor began his career with KPD in 2007. He first certified with the NND...DA in 2007 and certified every year after. K-9 Azor assisted in many arrests, high risk traffic stops, and had numerous narcotics finds. Azor will be missed by his handler, Todd Shoemaker, his family, and the rest of his department.

The NNDDA Family extends our deepest sympathies to the Shoemaker Family, as well as the Killeen Police Department.
 
San Marcos PD K-9 Paco Passes PDF Print E-mail

San Marcos Texas Police Department is saddened by the loss of K-9 Paco who passed on August 25, 2014 after a brief fight against cancer. The seven year old Belgian Malinois was obtained as a puppy by his handler and trainer, Officer Don Lee. Officer Lee and K-9 Paco first certified with NNDDA in 2008 and certified each year after. K-9 Paco has assisted in many arrests for SMPD and other agencies. He has assisted on high risk traffic stops and warrant services to prevent offenders from fleeing; and he has had numerous narcotics finds.

Read more...
 
Brownville Police Department K9 Magnum Passes PDF Print E-mail
K-9 Magnum a member of the Brownsville Police Department, in Brownsville Texas, past away on July 23, 2014 due to a medical condition. K-9 Magnum served with the Brownsville Police Department since 2011, and was trained in the areas of Narcotics/Patrol. K-9 Magnum was successful in the seizure of numerous amounts of illegal narcotics and U.S. currency and was a big part in assisting patrol in locating suspects. K-9 Magnum will be missed by his handler Officer Marco Huerta and the rest of the canine community, RIP K-9 Magnum..
 
CANINE PROGRAM VALIDATION/CERTIFICATION FOR NARCOTICS AND POLICE SERVICE DOGS PDF Print E-mail


CANINE PROGRAM VALIDATION/CERTIFICATION

NNDDA will certify canine teams to a federal, state, or department standard. The team must submit a copy of the standard to the certifying official who must approve the standard prior to certifying the team. The standard must meet or exceed NNDDA Standards. The certifying official will attach a copy of the standard to the yellow certification sheet and retain it for future courtroom testimony. The certification will assist in validating other agencies' standards


icon Narcotics Detection Standard

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