Fla. (August 28, 2013) – The Florida Public Safety Institute will be conducting
its 7th Annual Bloodhound Scent Tracking Seminar September 8 – 13.
FPSI hosts the yearly event to help enhance scent-tracking dogs’ ability to
locate and recover missing persons.
to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and the
Missing and Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse (MEPIC), more than
2,000 persons are reported missing each day and more than 58,000 children are
abducted by non-family members each year.
5-day seminar for beginning and established teams includes classroom training
on reading a K-9, as well as many hours of tracking training (daytime and
evening). The seminar includes the FPSI’s participation
and support at the Florida Missing Children’s Day event at the Capitol on
Monday morning September 9.
For more information on this FPSI seminar,
contact Leah Boles at (850) 201-7063.