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Forms, Information & Training


In December 2016, the WSCJTC adopted new language regarding the requirements of training and certification of canine teams, you may review this language by clicking on WAC 139-05-915.

Information regarding I-502: (PDF)

CJTC Policy for K-9 Certification Requirements (PDF) (updated 01/25/2017)

Performance Standards:

Patrol Dog Team Performance Standards (Word)

Explosive Detection Dog Team Standards (Word)

Narcotics Detection Dog Team Standards (Word

Application forms:
CJTC Form 1950 - Application for Canine Team Certification (Word)
CJTC Form 1951 - Application for Canine Team Re-Certification (Word)
CJTC Form 1953 - Application for Certified Canine Team Evaluator (Word)
CJTC Form 1952 - Canine Team Disband Notification (Word)



DOC Narcotic Dog Academy

For other K-9 Training, please view the Training home page under K.

Visit the K-9 Memorial

The memorial is located at the Burien WSCJTC campus. Dedicated January 31, 2003, it was sculpted by Zachary James Adam,

Troop 360 Lake Burien Presbyterian Eagle Scout Project.

View the names on the K-9 Memorial


What are the requirements for certifying canine teams? These requirements are set forth in WAC 139-05-915 and CJTC Policy, see above link.

Who is authorized to evaluate a canine team? The criteria to be an evaluator is set forth in CJTC Policy, see above link.

What training/performance standards must be meet for state recognition? The training standards are listed above. Please click on the specific standard you in the WAC, and the performance standards are available in PDF format.

How often must the team be certified? The state mandates the team certify according to the performance standards a minimum of once each year, and that the agency maintain those records.


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