USPCA Region 7 

Hosting an E-Collar Seminar:

Date: Wednesday 11/09/16 – Friday 11/11/16

Time: 0730 x ????

Location: MTA K9 Training Facility

Seminar Instructor: Ret. Chief Tom Conroy


  • 3 Day Seminar & MUST attend all 3 days (which will be full days)
  • $50 per K9 team
  • Working seminar with your canine (classroom and hands-on)
  • Serious handlers only
  • Only open to active Region 7 paid members
  • There are only 12 slots available
  • Must supply your own E-Collar and acclimate your dog with the collar in the OFF position at least 1 week before the seminar begins. Do not turn the collar ON during the break-in period. Seminar instructors will let you know when to turn them on
  • Breakfast and lunch will be included

***Anyone who is interested MUST email:  to be placed on a list. Cut-off date is Friday 10/28/16***


Region 7 TeamCongratulations to Region 7 Canine Teams at the National Police K9 Trials

  2nd Place Region 7 Team:  (In photo starting 2nd from left to right)   PO Allen Kirsch and K9 Sentry w/MTA PD, Det. Rich Geraci and K9 Ace w/NYPD Transit PD, Sgt. Bill Finucane and K9 Vinny w/MTA PD, PO Kevin Halsey and K9 Nicky w/Warwick PD, Det. Wayne Rothschild and K9 Cowboy w/NYPD Transit PD
  4th Place Obedience & 15th Place Overall: PO Kevin Halsey and K9 Nicky
  5th Place Agility & 5th Place Overall: Det. Wayne Rothschild and K9 Cowboy
Special thanks for a great job running the National Trials to Head Judge Gary Pietropaolo ( In photo 2nd from right)
    Also a job well done to our other Region 7 Team: PO Roman Scuadroni and K9 Lee w/City of Newburgh PD, PO William Hinspeter and K9 Bella w/City of Newburgh PD, PO Ricardo Rivera and K9 Bane w/City of Newburgh, PO Sean Stone and K9 Archer w/NYPD ESU PD, PO Jose Labrada and K9 Nox w/NYPD ESU PD
        Region 7 consists of Canine Teams from the New York and Connecticut areas. The United States Police Canine Association has seven main objectives and purposes that are designed to unite and standardize all agencies utilizing the services of the canine as an aid in the prevention and detection of crime. Click Here to read more about us and learn how we work to better serve the members of our association and our community.

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