Dog Club Talk 14th May

On Tuesday 14th May, the village Dog Club will celebrate its third anniversary, and it would like to share the evening with others from the village who are not members, but who may be interested in a fascinating talk about detection dogs being given that evening.

Martin Grime, from K9 Training Academy Ltd based at Harwell is a Subject Matter Expert and Expert Witness in the use of canines in relation to Law Enforcement investigation of homicide and child abduction.  His experience spans 10 years of military service, 22 years service within UK policing and 7 years full time consultancy with the US Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Martin’s presentation will outline the proof of concept, scientific research, training, operational deployment, and case studies pertaining to detection dogs involved in the investigation of homicide and alleged abduction.  The talk will be in two parts, the first half will cover science, training, and deployment, and the second half will concentrate on case studies.  There will be time for questions at the end.

The talk is being held at the Long Wittenham Athletic Club.  The venue will open at 6.30pm, and the talk will start at 7.30pm.  The bar will be open, and nibbles will be provided.  To cover costs there will be a £5 entry fee payable (please bring cash with you on the night as card payments cannot be accepted).

Places are limited, so please let David Corney know in advance on 07920 759137 or by email at to reserve your seat.  Directions will be sent out beforehand to all those attending.

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