HITS K9 Training Center 265 Rucker Street Building 3195 Anniston, AL 36205
When attending a HITS Training and Consulting seminar at the AMK9 Facility in Anniston Alabama hotel accommodations are included in the cost. You will be staying at the Hampton Inn.
HITS Training & Consulting will make all reservations for each attendee. Each attendee will have a hotel room reserved from the day before each class begins through the entire class with checkout the day after the class ends.
Jeff is a current K-9 Handler and Trainer in Lakeland Florida, with over 26 years working and training police dogs. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology and is actively involved in civil litigation cases as an expert witness involving law enforcement K-9 use of force. Jeff teaches several advanced and specialized tactical K-9 training courses across the country and focuses much attention to high risk tracking tactics.
Det. Weiman graduated from the Broward county police Academy in 1988 and received the academic award. Det. Weiman worked road patrol until July 1990, when he was assigned to the Pompano Beach VIN unit conducting undercover narcotics investigations. He later was assigned to the Broward Sheriff’s Office Domestic Interdiction Unit (SID) from 1994-1999. In 1999 the Pompano Beach Police Department merged with the Broward Sheriff’s Office and Det. Weiman has worked in a street level narcotics unit utilizing a drug detection and Firearms Detection canine from 1999 to 2013. Det. Weiman is currently assigned to the Broward County Narcotics Interdiction Task Force.
Jeff Meyer has been a police officer since 1989. Jeff spent nearly 18 years as a dog handler and trainer for his department. Jeff handled three different dogs during his time as a handler, two single purpose patrol dogs and one dual purpose patrol/narcotics dog. Jeff is and adjunct instructor for the state of Utah Police Service Dog program and teaches regularly in classes and seminars throughout the United States. Jeff also serves as an expert witness in civil litigation involving Police Service dogs.
Jeff is also the founder of Police K-9 Magazine. Jeff published the magazine from the original issue in 2005 until he sold it in 2014.
Currently Jeff is assigned to a special projects unit that conducts research and policy reviews.
Ted Daus is an assistant state attorney with the Broward County State Attorney’s Office in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He has been a prosecutor for the past 25 years, the last 20 of which he has been assigned to the Drug Trafficking Unit for the State Attorney’s Office. Ted graduated from Nova Southeastern School of Law in 1991. He has extensive experience as a lecturer on search and seizure for D.E.A., U.S. Customs, various Florida Police Departments, the Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association, the Police K-9 Training Institute, Police Canine Consultants and the Canine Development Group. He lectures regularly all across the country to National Canine Organization such as U.S.P.C.A., N.P.C.A., N.A.P.W.D.A & CNCA. He is an adjunct professor of law for Nova Southeastern University teaching Trial Advocacy and coaching national mock trial teams. He was the legal editor and writer for Police K-9 Magazine for the past 7 years until the magazine was sold in 2014. He lectures every year at the nation’s largest Police canine conference “HITS”. He is the current nationwide legal advisor for the National Police Canine Association headquartered in Arizona. Most recently, Ted was counsel of record for both United States Supreme Court K-9 cases, Harris & Jardines, argued before the court on October 31st, 2012. He is also a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association, along with being a FEMA Certified by the Department of Homeland Security Basic Instructional Skills Instructor. He has recently co-authored a police officer-handler book entitled “K9’s in the Courtroom” available for purchase on line.
Officer Aaron Peterman began his career at the Polk County Sheriff’s Office (FL) in 1997 where he spent nearly four years primarily in the Tactical Drug and Narcotics Units. In 2000 Aaron was employed by the Lakeland Police Department where he was later assigned to SWAT while in the Street Crimes and Narcotics Units. While on SWAT Aaron was an entry team member as well as a Rappel Master, and competed at the SWAT Round-Up International Competition in Orange County, Florida numerous times.
In 2006 Aaron was assigned to the K-9 Unit and is currently assigned to Patrol as Sergeant. Aaron remains as one of the unit’s trainers and a Florida Department of Law Enforcement certified K-9, General, Driving, and Firearms Trainer/Instructor. Aaron has instructed for HITS K-9 Training & Consulting, SKIDDS, and the Florida SWAT Association (FSA). Aaron is the current United States Police Canine Association (USPCA) Region 1 President.[ Click here to visit AMK9 at WWW.AMK9.COM ]