The Dogs & Sensors Subcommittee focuses on standards and guidelines related to performance of deployed dog/handler teams and optimization of their combination with electronic detection devices.
Paola Prada-Tiedemann, Ph.D., Subcommittee Chair, Texas Tech University
Sara Suzanne Perry, Subcommittee Vice Chair, Sumner County Tennessee Emergency Management Agency
Don Blair, Self-employed
Deborah Burnett, Tennessee Task Force One - FEMA
Deborah Davis, University of Nevada, Reno (Human Factors Task Group member)
Kenneth Furton, Florida International University
Julia Leighton, Self-employed (Legal Task Group member)
Melanie McMillin, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (Quality Task Group member)
Herbert Nakamura, Hawaii K-9 Koncepts
Mark Rispoli, Self-employed
Craig Schultz, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Paul Waggoner, Ph.D., Auburn University
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