We pioneered K9 records management. KATS was the first software ever developed for law enforcement K9 operations and continues to be the industry leader through ongoing development and enhancements. It was more than a decade before any competitors came into existence. We set the standard that all others try to emulate. The K9 Activity Tracking System is a dynamic record keeping program designed specifically for police K9 operations, training and deployments, designed to protect officers and agencies from potential liability. KATS has been developed by police K9 officers, prosecuting attorneys and software engineers to meet the needs of today’s law enforcement dog teams and has been protecting K9 units since 1991. It can be used from any platform without the need for software or application downloads.
Supervisors can manage file submissions and request follow-up reports as needed. Our Incident report system provides for nationwide suspect search and sharing of information. Bite ratio by demographics reports allow you to confront false accusations of abuse. Our training records management includes features to assist identifying training issues, and also features our TATS system designed to enhance detection dog training routines. Training collaboration allows you to share training setups with your entire team and even other agencies during group training. The complete system functions on any operating system and can be used on any Smartphone in the field, on your unit laptop or MDT, in your home or at the office. The system features key logging with audit trail capability for enhanced security.
KATS provides in-depth analysis of training activity and deployments of police dogs. It’s primary function is to provide court ready documentation at the touch of a button and is your first line of defense to buffer against potential direct and vicarious liability issues. You have everything you need about your entire section or an individual dog team at the touch of your fingertips. KATS is particularly unique in the industry in it’s ability to be completely modified and adapted to any individual agency needs. It is fully customizable to the end user with an extensive report system. It’s secondary function is to assist in managing and developing K9 Units and to document training records to assist agency trainers in identifying training or deployment issues.
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Bob Eden, who created the first blueprints for K9 records management and the CEO of Eden K9 Consulting & Training Corporation has authored his third book on police K9 operations. K9 Supervisors Manual will benefit senior police management teams who operate police dog programs, police K9 unit supervisors, senior police dog handlers as well as K9 officers looking to advance their careers in police K9 operations. A preview of the book can be read online. It is currently available from Amazon in Canada as well as the Amazon site in the United States. A full color version with all photos in color is available on Google Play, and you can also read a sample of the Google Play version here.
Robert Eden has written a must-read analysis containing all the components essential for an effective K9 supervisor. His detailed insight and understanding of today’s issues are exceptional. -- Don Slavik, Executive Director of the United States Police Canine Association
Bob has a step-by-step guide, in very simple terms, on how to establish and run an exceptionally efficient and effective K9 unit. It’s a must read for everyone who works with K9s, and especially for K9 supervisors and administrators with little or no previous K9 experience. -- Rick Ashabranner, President of the North American Police Work Dog Association, NPWDA Master Trainer, and retired Law Enforcement Officers.
In K9 Supervisor’s Manual: Dynamics in Developing and Managing Police K9 Units, R.S. Eden draws on over four decades of experience to lay out the essentials of the K9 supervisor’s job. This book addresses so many important topics that a short review cannot do it justice. Long story short, Eden dispels myths and lays down frank truths as he gives supervisors the tools to build cultures of excellence in their K9 organizations. -- Sgt. Steve White, K9 Unit Supervisor, Seattle Police Department
Bob Eden has put together an indispensable resource for K9 supervisors. This book is based on vast experience and loaded with facts, science, and case law. If you manage or supervise a K9 program you must read this book. -- Cameron Ford, Ford K9 LLC
Bob Eden puts his decades of knowledge and experience handling and training police dogs into this comprehensive guide for supervisors of K9 teams. Whether you are a seasoned K9 unit supervisor, a road supervisor overseeing K9 teams on your shift, or are completely new to K9 handling and supervision, this book is a must-read. Bob’s book contains all the information that a supervisor needs to have to help protect themselves, their handlers, and their agency from liability and to help make the unit run smoothly. When armed with the information in this book, a supervisor will have all they need to make informed decisions on everything from dog and handler selection, to purchasing equipment, to deployment decisions and liability issues. -- Richard Caito, K9 Officer with the Amherst Police Department
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