Vice President, Canine Operations, is responsible for the day-to-day canine operations at the Canine Training Canter. Tracy maintains a high standard for canine care and training as well a superb work ethic for canine handlers and trainers.
Tracy Campbell is a retired police officer with the City of Fayetteville with over 25 years of experience as dog handler and trainer. He has handled patrol dogs on the streets of Fayetteville for over 21 years and is also a Veteran of the United States Army.
Tracy has trained officers and soldiers from all over the United States, Germany, the Netherlands, Iraq, and Nigeria. He is a Master Trainer with the International Police Work Dog Association (IPWDA), a General Instructor with the State of North Carolina, an Alcohol, Tobacco, & Firearms (ATF) Evaluator, and the Vice President of the IPWDA. Tracy has served on the following boards: National Explosive Detector Canine Advisory Board (NECAB), Scientific Working Group on Dog (SWGDOG), and Orthogonal Detector Guidelines.
Class: Person-Borne Explosives Detection K-9s
K2 has developed the Person-Borne Explosives Detection Dog (PB-EDD) capability, through which canines and their handlers are trained to recognize scent trail signatures on a mobile target. The capability unmasks the growing threat of hidden, yet mobile, explosives and puts detection in the hands of security units. This creates a non-threatening, yet effective means of searching locations such as mass-transit hubs, schools, universities, sporting events, and locations that would host a large crowd. K2 is currently the only company awarded the Department of Homeland Security SAFETY Act Designation for the Person-Borne Explosives Detection Dog Technology, which provides liability protection for damages resulting from an act of terrorism.