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Michael W. Bieser
Professional Police Canine Trainer


Obedience, Field Trials and Tracking                1972 - present
Security Dog Training                                      1975 - 1978
(apprenticeship with Joseph Linhorst)
Schutzhund Competition and Training               1978 - present
Police Canine Consulting and Training               1987 - present



15 year member
Served as 2nd President of "LV DVG America" for three years.
Represented the U.S. interest at Deutscher Verband Der Gebrauchshundportvereine annual membership meetings and Executive Board meetings in Germany on two occasions.

Training Director for Midwest District of the LV DVG America (15 states) for more than five years.  In this capacity, traveled nationally and internationally to conduct dog training seminars, training helper workshops and decoy certifications for training clubs and other groups of up to seventy-five in attendance.

Held a Trial Decoy License issued by the DVG; 1982 to 1995.  Tested and approved by DVG's Director of Training, Heinz Rubel, and licensed as a Class One Training Decoy (highest of three ratings) of which there were fewer than 15 in the U.S., at that time.

Director of Training of DVG member clubs, 1980 to 1995.


Founding member
Master Trainer; all phases and specialties of Police Canine Service Training
Judge; certification and competition of all areas of Police Canine Service Work


Jefferson College Hillsboro, Missouri
Missouri State University Springfield, Missouri

Graduate of Canine Training,
courses given by world renown, Dr. Helmut Raiser, three time winner of the
German National Working Dog Championship.

October 1984 Columbia, Missouri
June 1988 Kiel, West Germany
June 1990 Marshall, Wisconsin

Graduate of Police Canine Training,
courses given by Police Lt. Hans-Jurgen Freitag, Director of Canine Training
for the Germany State Police, northern district of Germany.

April 1985 St. Louis, Missouri
May 1987 Kiel, West Germany

Graduate of K-9 Concepts,
course given by Jack Robicheaux, Master Trainer and Judge of Narcotics Detection
with the U.S. Police Canine Association (USPCA) and the National Police Canine Association (NPCA)

April 1990 Broussard, Louisiana

North American Police and Working Dog Association,
training course given by various master trainer, instructors.

October 1992 Neosha, Missouri

Continuous study abroad, of police canine training facilities and their curriculum in
Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.

Owner/Operator - 28 years
The Canine Training Institute, (Canine Security Systems)
Specializing in the education of police service canine, training and
on-site substances screening for private industry.

Substance Screening: A program to deter on the job substance abuse via providing an on-site screening service using trained substance detection dog/handler teams.

Testified on numerous occasions in Federal Court as an expert witness in support of law enforcement's use of narcotics detection canine, valid certification standards and procedures, proper canine/handler training and performance standards/evaluation.

Conducted Illinois Law Enforcement Standards and Training Board's annual narcotics detection certifications (2013-Current year), in compliance with Illinois statue (fall 2011), for Mobile Training Units 8 and 7.