|Jack and Sheree are the
owners/trainers of K-9 Concepts, Inc. They employ three
officers with dog handling experience part time.
Jack Robicheaux has been training dogs for 25 years. He attended and was certified by two nationally recognized dog training schools and attended Kilgore College - East Texas Police Academy. He was employed by two training centers prior to the opening of K-9 Concepts. He served as a commissioned Reserve Officer in Texas and is now a commissioned Reserve Officer for Broussard Police Department and Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office where he works with his personal dog.
Having worked as a Veterinarian Technician for six years, Jack has extensive health care experience with dogs. He is also the author of Basic Narcotic Detector Dog Training which is being used as a text by many departments including Chicago Police Department and Iowa and Louisiana State Police. Parts thereof are being used as Los Angeles Police Department's Narcotic Group S.O.P / training manual.
Sheree Robicheaux started training with dogs in 1977 while living in Germany. She began working with Police Dogs in 1984.
Jack and Sheree support and are active members of United States Police Canine Association (USPCA), National Narcotic Detection Dog Association (NNDDA), National Police Canine Association (NPCA), and California Narcotic Canine Association (CNCA).
The Regional Counter Drug Training Academy in Meridian, Mississippi recently selected Jack to be the instructor for their new Narcotic Detector Dog Team Courses. He served as a board member of NNDDA for three years and also served as a trustee for the board of Region 10, USPCA. He worked on the rules committee for narcotic dogs for USPCA when that organization made changes in its certification. He is a certified judge for tracking, patrol and narcotics for USPCA and NPCA. He is presently serving as vice president and is on the rules committee for NPCA.
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