This is a guidebook that I have used for various Departments to advise and educate patrol personnel on K9 tactics. There are important tips in this guidebook, if applied will increase the likelihood of a secured containment as well as important tactical considerations during K9 deployments. OfficersGuidebookK9.Tactics.Outside Agency
This article discusses and identifies what a tactical search should be – in my humble opinion. Unfortunately there are many opinions as to what this definition is. The Tactical Search.K9 Mag
An article written for various magazines – discussing the use of the E-collar for tactical control of police and military service canines. Tactical Control with the E
This article explores the proper use of the E-collar for both of these disciplines. The find and bark policy certainly is not for every agency, however, this article gives examples of its proper use and maintenance in the work environment. Police K9 Article.3
This article was written a couple of years ago for K9 COP Magazine. The article is in its raw form with no attached photos but a good read on using the prey toy as a motivator as well as developing position during tactical movements.Positional Obedience and Tactical movements with the E
In December 0f 2010, Doug Roller (CEO of Tactical K9 LLC) published an article for Police K9 Magazine titled “Developing the Tactical Patrol Dog”. The article spells out the basic foundations needed for this kind of advanced K9 training. Below is a PDF link of the article.
In November of 2010 Tactical K9 (Doug Roller) published a series of articles for the proper introduction of the E-collar. These articles included proper introduction to the device as well as advanced direction and control and problem solving techniques utilizing this misunderstood tool. Attached are the original articles in PDF format for your reading.
This article was written for the September/October (2013) issue for K9 Cop Magazine. This was the first of a series of articles Doug Roller had agreed to write for the bi-monthly publication. Below is a PDF link for the stated article.
This article was written for the November/December (2013) issue for K9 Cop Magazine. This was the second of a series of articles Doug Roller had agreed to write for the bi-monthly publication. Below is a PDF link for the stated article.