MIDWEST COUNTERDRUG TRAINING CENTER
 

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Sergeant John Williams
Coralville Police Department, Iowa
End of Watch: July 3, 2022

The Airmen and Soldiers of Midwest Counterdrug Training Center express their deepest condolences to the family and friends of Sergeant Williams.


MCTC Featured Events

Tactical Medicine for Patrol
12-13 July 2022, Camp Dodge, Johnston, IA
(Limited, no cost lodging available)

Physical Surveillance for Counternarcotic Missions
25-29 July 2022, Camp Dodge, Johnston, IA
(Limited, no cost lodging available)

Tactical Medicine for Patrol
02-03 August 2022, Camp Dodge, Johnston, IA
(Limited, no cost lodging available)

Basic Narcotics Investigations Course
08-19 August 2022, Camp Dodge, Johnston, IA
(Limited, no cost lodging available)

Interview and Interrogation
22-26 August 2022, Camp Dodge, Johnston, IA
(Limited, no cost lodging available)

Highway Drug Investigations for Patrol
29-31August 2022, Camp Dodge, Johnston, IA
(Limited, no cost lodging available)

Spotlight Course 

K-9 Drug Detection Enhancement 

This course is designed for the advanced training of Drug Detector Dog and Handler Teams, which will improve the teams' search ability and help them become both more effective and efficient. Practical exercises will include a variety of buildings and vehicles.

Topics Included

Selection and training of drug detecting dogs
Search strategies and patterns
Theory of odor dispersion
Setting up training aid containers
Vehicular contraband concealment
Training records
Canine drives and communication
Case Law

Disclaimer

The pages within this World Wide Web site are provided by the National Guard Counterdrug Program as a service to the public. They do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the National Guard and are not guaranteed to be correct, complete, or up to date. Some links within the site may lead to other sites. The National Guard Counterdrug Program website does not incorporate any materials appearing in such linked sites by reference, nor does the National Guard Counterdrug Program necessarily sponsor, endorse, or otherwise approve of such linked material.The courses listed are in the final funding process and open for registration. Registering for a course does not guarantee enrollment, but your registration signals your intent and you should plan on attending the course as indicated. We will contact you as soon as possible if the course is cancelled.

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Midwest Counterdrug Training Center
7105 NW 70th Bldg 3585  Johnston, IA 50131
1-800-803-6532 (commercial), 431-4756 (DSN), 515-727-3613 (Fax)
info@counterdrugtraining.com