Kentucky Wesleyan College will host the Last Chance K9 Services personnel and their canine co-workers of Louisville on March 7 and 8.
The public is invited to a free presentation on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, at 7 p.m. in Rogers Hall at the Winchester Center. The presenters will focus on the role of K9 services, including a look at human behavior, animal behavior modification, legal issues, rules of the K9 world and personality traits of dogs.
The K9 services presenters include:
- Owner and founder Michael Davis is a private and public sector K9 expert. He has experience in clandestine operations and has served as an intelligence and psychological operations specialist. He was director of K9 operations and training for the C.R.I. Israeli Training School.
- Daniel Alarik is the creator and founder of Grunt Style, the world’s largest clothing company designed for military and law enforcement. He was a drill sergeant in the U.S. Army.
- Bobby Klepper is an improvised explosive device (IED) expert. He has served as international director of the International Association of Bomb Technicians & Investigators and as senior special agent with the Virginia State Police Department bomb squad.
- Eddie Wescott is a K9 police officer with the Jeffersontown Police Department/Louisville Metropolitan Police Department with almost 30 years of service. He is a police K9 trainer.
For more information on the public presentation, contact Director of Career Services Margaret Cambron at 270-852-3302.
The presenters will also work in collaboration with academic areas and visit psychology, zoology, criminal justice and business and marketing classes for students on Wednesday, March 8. In the psychology class, they will discuss human behavior and clandestine behavioral operations and analysis. In the zoology class, they will focus on animal behavior and animal behavior modification with the K9s. The presenters will discuss the legal issues and the importance of current laws, statues and regulations, the Constitution and rules of the K9 world in a criminal justice class. In a business and marketing classes, they will concentrate on entrepreneurship, market research and finding and filling a niche in the business world.