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Kevin A. Lindstadt

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Rape Aggression Defense

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Rape Aggression Defense

Background Information

Employment History

Trainer

North American Police Work Dog Association

Affiliations

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Florida Law Enforcement Canine Association Inc

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St. Lucie Sheriff's Office

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Unit Citation: RAD Instructors: Stephanie Lyons, Chris Cicio, Brian Hester, Mike Sheelar, Kevin Lindstadt, Rick Stuhr, West Harbin, Roxanne Bourbonniere, Yulieth Ortiz, Tina Speicker, Heather Wonderly, Matt Woods

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Unit Citation: R.A.D. Instructors: Stephanie Lyons, Chris Cicio, Brian Hester, Mike Sheelar, Kevin Lindstadt, Rick Stuhr, West Harbin, Roxanne Bourbonniere, Yulieth Ortiz, Tina Speicker, Heather Wonderly, Matt Woods


Executive Board — Florida Law Enforcement Canine Association

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Master Deputy Kevin Lindstadt - K-9 Achievement When Master Deputy Kevin Lindstadt started his career at the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office in 1985, a four-legged partner was probably furthest from his mind. Little did he know that his legacy within the agency as well as many agencies around the country would lie in the "paws" of not one, but four K9 partners. After a stint in the then titled "Street Crimes Unit," Lindstadt was transferred back to Uniformed Patrol in 1994 and assigned his first K9 partner, K9 Bruno, followed by three more; Quindo, Baz and Ivan. What made Lindstadt and his partners so unique was that they were trained in detecting explosive materials. In addition to the standard training that a K9 handler and their partner completes, Lindstadt and his partners were certified in locating substances such as TNT, black powder, triacetone triperoxide (TATP), smokeless powder and C-4. He and his K9 partners were some of the only ones trained in this specific area of detection at the time of the September 11th terrorist attacks. This made Lindstadt and his partners a very sought after duo and resulted in advanced levels of training and deployments across the U.S., including several presidential visits to the South Florida area. Through his assignments, Lindstadt became a certified K9 instructor and developed the skills and characteristics necessary to take this type of specialized training to other agencies around the country and has become renown for his teaching style and effectiveness. Now, after a 31-year career with the agency, and 22 years with a K9 partner, Lindstadt and current partner K9 Ivan will retire in May. His pioneering spirit in the arena of K9 training will long surpass his retirement as he continues to help agencies and K9 handlers across the country become better at their craft.


Master Deputy Kevin ...

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Master Deputy Kevin Lindstadt - K-9 Achievement When Master Deputy Kevin Lindstadt started his career at the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office in 1985, a four-legged partner was probably furthest from his mind. Little did he know that his legacy within the agency as well as many agencies around the country would lie in the "paws" of not one, but four K9 partners. After a stint in the then titled "Street Crimes Unit," Lindstadt was transferred back to Uniformed Patrol in 1994 and assigned his first K9 partner, K9 Bruno, followed by three more; Quindo, Baz and Ivan. What made Lindstadt and his partners so unique was that they were trained in detecting explosive materials. In addition to the standard training that a K9 handler and their partner completes, Lindstadt and his partners were certified in locating substances such as TNT, black powder, triacetone triperoxide (TATP), smokeless powder and C-4. He and his K9 partners were some of the only ones trained in this specific area of detection at the time of the September 11th terrorist attacks. This made Lindstadt and his partners a very sought after duo and resulted in advanced levels of training and deployments across the U.S., including several presidential visits to the South Florida area. Through his assignments, Lindstadt became a certified K9 instructor and developed the skills and characteristics necessary to take this type of specialized training to other agencies around the country and has become renown for his teaching style and effectiveness. Now, after a 31-year career with the agency, and 22 years with a K9 partner, Lindstadt and current partner K9 Ivan will retire in May. His pioneering spirit in the arena of K9 training will long surpass his retirement as he continues to help agencies and K9 handlers across the country become better at their craft.


St. Lucie Sheriff's Office

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St. Lucie County Sheriff's K-9 handler, Master Deputy Kevin Lindstadt, and his partner K-9 Ivan found a missing/endangered Fort Pierce woman Thursday afternoon, according to Sheriff Ken J. Mascara.

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