Professional Simulcast of Connecticut State Police Troops C, D, E, F, K, with Norwich Police and Fire
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RIP "Sarge Biggs".. I miss you Buddy.
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(Pictured) Lieutenant William Scribner has been involved in the training of police service dogs for 35 years. He began his career as a professional dog trainer after completing a 6-month instructor's course in 1978 at a private canine training facility in Newtown, Connecticut. This facility, Canine Security, offered a comprehensive instructor's course covering all aspects of canine behavior including: obedience, behavior modification, personal protection, security work, police patrol, narcotic, and explosive detection. Upon completing the course Bill was hired on as a full time instructor, a position he held until 1985. In those 7 years Bill instructed, through group and private lessons, over 1600 dogs of almost every AKC recognized breed including K9 teams from municipal, county and state law enforcement agencies across the nation.
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