Gundula Czappek - Austria

Gundula Czappek - Austria

INBTI Instructor Gundula Czappek from Austria wrote about a successfull Case with her new INBTI K-9 Amor:   On February 25th Gerhard, I and my dog Amor were succesful trailing…
Track & Trail Search and Rescue, Inc.in Pennsylvania

Track & Trail Search and Rescue, Inc.in Pennsylvania

I wanted to take a moment to share a brief recap of my team’s searches over the course of the past year where we actually got paws on ground as…
Alzheimer  victim located

Alzheimer victim located

Switzerland Police Officer (Cantone Basle - County) / INBTI Assistant Instructor Andreas Burch helped save a life.. He was requested by the French police (Alsace region) to search for a…
DUI Driver flees from accident - Officer Drewitz

DUI Driver flees from accident - Officer Drewitz

  Officer Drewitz got a phone call from a deputy who said he was on a call that was 30 minutes old where a guy crashed his car in the ditch…
Edwin Grant's Search Quickly Locates Body

Edwin Grant's Search Quickly Locates Body

INBTI HRD & Trailing Instructor/National Center Exploited and Missing Children Search Manager Edwin Grant quickly brings closure    http://gawker.com/body-found-in-search-for-missing-virginia-college-stude-1696962302  

Madison PD K9 Apprehends Felony Warrant Suspect

K9 Officer James Brown of The Town of Madison had responded to the City of Middleton for a high risk apprehension track. The suspect had already been identified as a subject with felony warrants and a violent history with police. He had stolen a vehicle in the City of Madison and the vehicle was recovered at this location. Officers attempted contact at the apartment building but he ran out a back door and disappearing into a wooded area that separated the apartment complex from University Ave.

 

Brown’s K9 “Tonto” started a track which led into the wooded area to the south of the building then approached a business on University Ave. His dog Tonto initially turned left and continued to the east side of the building. His dog Tonto then showed the HALF MOON indication. He had been working on taking 3 steps back when his dog displayed that indication, just as our INBTI instructors had taught him. Officer Brown displayed the trust in the information the dog had provided like a seasoned officer. His dog then circled back and headed west. As they continued along to the west end of the building Tonto performed a down indication. He had found a winter hat the suspect had dropped! The dog team continued the track until Tonto's behavior changed and he began posturing aggressively. I looked up and saw the suspect lying in the snow behind a tree.” I gave the subject commands to roll onto his stomach with his hands behind his back. He immediately complied. Backup took him into custody.”

 

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