2018 NAPWDA Missouri Workshop, Eureka, MO., April 23rd-27th, 2018
2018 NAPWDA MISSOURI STATE WORKSHOP
April 23rd through April 27th, 2018
Patrol, Narcotic, Explosive and Cadaver Detection
HOSTED BY: Eureka Police Department K-9 Unit
Location: Eureka, Missouri
Training and Certification Activities:
This workshop is geared towards all levels for both the handler and K9 from beginner teams to the experienced veteran teams. Training and Certification will be available in areas of Patrol, Tracking, Narcotic, Explosive and Cadaver Detection.
The class is POST certified in Missouri through the Missouri Chiefs Association.
You do not need to be a NAPWDA member to attend and train. However you must be a CURRENT member in good standing with NAPWDA if you wish to certify in any of the certification areas offered. PLEASE be familiar with NAPWDA By-laws and Certification rules as they will be followed for certification purposes, NO EXCEPTIONS. A copy of the By-laws and Certification Rules will be available at the workshop or can be viewed / printed from the NAPWDA web page at, NAPWDA Bylaws & Test Rules . Some test rules may have changed so please read them and be familiar with them prior to the workshop and testing.
Instructors: Will be announced at a later date.
Motel: Holiday Inn Six Flags
4901 Six Flags Rd.
Eureka, Mo., 63025
Tell them you are with the NAPWDA Police Dog Group for this rate.
Room Rate: $98.00 plus tax per night.
K9 must be in crate when Handler is away from room. The Handler and the Handler’s individual agency are responsible for any/all damages to the room caused by K9.
NAPWDA Membership Dues:
Make NAPWDA Membership dues a separate check payable to NAPWDA.
Do not include this money in the same check as the workshop registration fee.
Workshop Fee: The cost of the workshop is $195.00 per K9 team. A K9 team is 1 handler with 1 dog.
There is an additional workshop fee of $75.00 per additional dog for any K9 Handler wishing to train or test with an additional dog.
Make workshop fee checks payable to City of Eureka. (DO NOT INCLUDE MEMBERSHIIP DUES)
Mail to: Eureka Police Department
ATTN: K9 Sgt. Mike Werges
120 City Hall Dr.
Eureka, Missouri, 63025
Mail checks and completed Registration Form in before April 1, 2018. No refunds at all after March 15, 2018.
Explosive and Cadaver Detection Teams - Please respond by March 15, 2018, so that we may make the necessary arrangements for this phase.
Workshop Coordinator / Contact People:
Eureka Police K9 Officer Mike Werges
Office: (636) 938-6601 Cell: (636) 346-1151 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be sure your address & email address are legible for mailing purposes.