Canine Training for Law Enforcement Agencies

The Cape May County Sheriff's Office Canine Unit offers training to other Law Enforcement Agencies with a Canine Unit.

For information on Canine Training Academies and workshops please call 609-465-1306 or use this e-mail

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Past Training Classes:

2018 Bloodhound Academy Class #3 Graduation

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Click on the picture to see The Bloodhound Academy Training Video

The new graduates of the Cape May County Sheriff's Bloodhound Academy Class #3 are ready to hit the streets after completing twelve weeks of training with instructors Sergeant Russell Norcross, Sergeant Beth Perednas and Officer Randy Mistic at the Cape May County Sheriff's Office K-9 Training Compound.

The graduates are K9 Memphis and handler Sergeant Darrell Meyers of the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office and K9 Forrest and handler Investigator Justin Bursztyn of the Hudson County Sheriff's Office.

This Bloodhound Academy was conducted by the Cape May County Sheriff's Office in cooperation with the National Police Bloodhound Association and the Cape May County Police Academy. Curriculum included basic man trailing, scent articles, trail work, report writing, criminal laws, first- aid for K-9's, mental illness awareness, critical incident stress management, SWAT / tactical training and trailing and K-9 deployment.

Revised on September 7, 2018


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