Security Patrol Dog Handler Training

National Training Inspectorate for Professional Dog Users

Security Patrol Dog Handler Training       Security Patrol Dog and Handler 

Specialist Dog and Handler  


Working In Partnership With The Security Industry, Standards that Exceed All Expectations



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The NTIPDU was         formed  to Promote Professionalism, set      and maintain Standards and to assist all  governing  bodies within the Security Industry

Security Courses

* EDI Level 2 National  Award for General Purpose Security Dog Handlers

* NTIPDU Level 2  General Purpose  Security Dog and  Handler

* NTIPDU  Security   Award  Passive Drug Detection Dog Handler

*NTIPDU Security   Award  Pro Active Drug Detection Dog  Handler

* BTEC Level 2  Security Guarding

* First Aid at Work
* Physical Intervention

* BTEC Level 2 Door     Supervision 

*BTEC Level 3 Delivery of Conflict Management

More Canine Security Courses

*NTIPDU Level 3 Security Patrol Dog and Handler 

*NTIPDU Award Explosive  Detection Dog Handler 

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Working for the Security Industry


We have recently found out Tom Buckley founder of the B I P D T who started the first division for security dogs has been rushed to hospital, Tom has been ill for some time but has always been available should anybody need any help or advice, the NTIPDU and all its members wish him a speedy recovery.

                We have finally completed our plan of contacting all the major councils, large construction companies, Police forces, Insurance companies, Prison service, Military, Facility Management companies, all major sporting venues etc to inform them about the NTIPDU members. They are now aware of what you can provide regarding security services and professionalism. This is not something that can be achieved over night and has taken a great deal of time, effort and the attendance at many meetings.

They are all now aware about the standard of NTIPDU trained handlers and dogs, which far exceeds many, proven by the number of handlers in full time work, also by the amount of clients ringing NTIPDU head office to ask for certain handlers.        

     Bills before Parliament

Dog Control Bill [HL] 2010-12

The Bill was not moved for debate on 30 March 2012. The order to read the Bill a second time lapsed. There is no indication when the Bill will progress further.

The Bill had its first reading in the Commons on 19 December 2011.

Summary of the Bill

A Bill to make provision about the control of dogs; and for connected purposes.

Dog Control and Welfare Bill 2010-12

Latest news on the Bill

The Bill failed to complete its passage through Parliament before the end of the session. This means the Bill will make no further progress.

Summary of the Bill

A Bill to repeal the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991; to require the introduction of compulsory microchipping of dogs; to make provision relating to the welfare of dogs and public safety around dogs; and for connected purposes.     


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