Leveraging on our extensive experience and global network, DiagNose can support the entire process of setting-up a new K9 unit, in full compliance with all quality standards and operational and regulatory requirements.
Key milestones in setting-up a K9 unit include:
Phase 1 – Documentation
Survey in the destination country
Determination of operational requirements
Establishment of operational procedures
Preparation of course curriculum and certification test
Preparation of a timetable for the project
Phase 2 – Recruitment & Facilities
Recruitment of handlers and other qualified personnel
Preparation of import documents including dogs and equipment.
Setting-up training facilities
Setting-up kennel accommodation
Phase 3 – Training & Operations
Dog handlers training course (lasting 8-12 weeks)
If you have an existing K9 unit, we can also perform quality control checks and assessments. Our experienced K9 managers all have proven law enforcement and/or military experience in the K9 field and can travel to your country for the necessary period of time.
The Diag-Nose team will be happy to provide more information regarding our dogs and products.