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This page contains dogs expert witnesses who testify, consult and provide litigation support on dogs and related issues. Dogs expert witnesses and consultants on this page may form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts. The issues and subjects these dogs expert witnesses testify regarding may include: Dog Bites, Flsa, Police Dogs, Animal Behavior, Animal Control, Animal Control Field Operations Analyses, Animal Control Training And Supervision, Animal Cruelty And Abuse Cases, Animal Investigations, Animal Quarantine Procedures, Cadaver Dogs, Criminalist, Dangerous Dog Hearing Officer & Officer Safety, Dangerous Dogs, and Dogs.

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Kimberly Cherney Kimberly Cherney Consulting

Animals, Dogs - Dangerous Dogs, Dog Bites, Animal Cruelty and Abuse Cases, Wildlife Management, Animal Control, Animal Investigations, Animal Control Field Operations Analyses, Animal Quarantine Procedures, Animal Behavior, Animal Control Training and Supervision, Dangerous Dog Hearing Officer & Officer Safety.
Kimberly Cherney has worked in the humane animal welfare and law enforcement fields for over 34 years. Kimberly worked for the City of Brea Police Department as a Police Officer prior to her employment in the animal services profession. She worked for the County of Orange and the City of Costa Mesa as an Animal Control Officer for three years prior to being hired by one of California’s fastest growing and most progressive cities, Irvine. While working for the City of Irvine’s Police Department, Kimberly worked as an Animal Services Officer, Senior Animal Services Officer, Animal Services Supervisor, Animal Shelter Supervisor and Animal Shelter Interim Manager. Kimberly retired from the City of Irvine in 2018. While working for Irvine, and following her retirement, Kimberly held the position of Board Member for the National Animal Care & Control Association (NACA). Following her retirement from Irvine, she became the Interim Executive Director for NACA. In this position, she p...

Kimberly Cherney Kimberly Cherney Consulting

Trabuco Canyon, California
Animals, Dogs - Dangerous Dogs, Dog Bites, Animal Cruelty and Abuse Cases, Wildlife Management, Animal Control, Animal Investigations, Animal Control Field Operations Analyses, Animal Quarantine Procedures, Animal Behavior, Animal Control Training and Supervision, Dangerous Dog Hearing Officer & Officer Safety.
Kimberly Cherney has worked in the humane animal welfare and law enforcement fields for over 34 years. Kimberly worked for the City of Brea Police Department as a Police Officer prior to her employment in the animal services profession. She worked for the County of Orange and the City of Costa Mesa as an Animal Control Officer for three years prior to being hired by one of California’s fastest growing and most progressive cities, Irvine. While working for the City of Irvine’s Police Department, Kimberly worked as an Animal Services Officer, Senior Animal Services Officer, Animal Services Supervisor, Animal Shelter Supervisor and Animal Shelter Interim Manager. Kimberly retired from the City of Irvine in 2018. While working for Irvine, and following her retirement, Kimberly held the position of Board Member for the National Animal Care & Control Association (NACA). Following her retirement from Irvine, she became the Interim Executive Director for NACA. In this position, she p...

Kenneth J. Manges, Ph.D. Dr. Kenneth Manges & Associates, Inc.

Cincinnati, Ohio
Vocational Rehabilitation, Forensic Psychology - Psychology, Criminalist, Dogs, Earning Capacity
Former President of the American Board of Vocational Experts. 30+ years’ experience as a retained expert witness. Testified as an expert witness more than 120 times including Hearings and Depositions in State, Federal and Military Matters. American Board of Vocational Experts/Diplomate 1999. American Board of Professional Disability Consultants/ Diplomate 1995. Ohio Disability Evaluators Panel/ Certification 1990. Licensed Psychologist, Ohio, 1985 to present. Licensed Psychologist, West Virginia, 1978 to present. Experienced Public Speaker Current practice includes: •Vocational-wage loss consultation and psychological testimony for defense and plaintiff as well as testimony in spousal support exams. •Evaluations to determine the vocational and emotional impact of intellectual, academic, cognitive (TBI) and emotional functioning post injury. •Forensic exams to determine the effect of trauma (birth injury, physical trauma as well as cognitive difficulties due to a closed head i...

Kyle Heyen Detector Dogs International, Inc.

Custer, South Dakota
Dogs, Law Enf & Criminal Justice - FLSA, Tracking Dogs, K9 Squads, Explosive Dogs, Police Dogs, Narcotics Dogs, Cadaver Dogs, Dog Bites, Human Scent Tracking, Drug Dogs
Principal and Founder of Detector Dogs International, Inc., K-9 Handler, and former Police Officer, Kyle K. Heyen has provided dogs and training to foreign, federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. Mr. Heyen assists plaintiff and defense attorneys in matters of police canine team conduct, use of force, wage and hour disputes, and canine deployment (patrol, drug, explosive, arson). He serves as a testifying expert in federal and state court for both criminal and civil cases concerning the use and training of service dogs and civilian dog bite cases. Mr. Heyen was one of the first peace officers in the U.S. to be certified, according to standards of the German Police, to train and judge drug & explosive detector and patrol dog teams. He has trained dogs and handlers for four federal law enforcement agencies (including the U. S. Department of State's Anti-Terrorist Assistance Program, U. S. Department of Defense, U. S. Border Patrol and U. S. Immigration Inspections), as we...

Brad Smith Canine Tactical Operations and Consulting

Gun Barrel City, Texas
Law Enf & Criminal Justice, Dogs - K9, K-9 tactics, Police dogs, FLSA, K9 Policy, Monell, industry standards, best practices, expert witness, case review, deposition, report writing, K9 as deadly force, K9 SWAT, K9 Use of force, K9 deployments, K-9 searches, K9 arrests, K-9 tactical tracking, Site inspection
Brad retired from West Covina Police Department in California after 30 years of service. He’s been a K9 trainer for 35+ years, K9 handler for 20 years, SWAT six years and K9 SWAT for 18 years. Brad is a graduate of POST Master Instructor Program where he designed the first POST approved K9 SWAT (SKIDDS) and CAnine Tactical School (CATS) in California. Since 1988 Brad has lectured, taught, and trained thousands of law enforcement officers throughout the United States, Canada, Brazil, Costa Rica, Australia and China. In 1997 Brad started Canine Tactical Operations where he provides K9 expert opinions and reports across the country for civil and criminal litigation in state and federal courts regarding K9 tactical searches, police practices, industry standards, training and use of force. Brad also provide K-9 unit readiness evaluations to assure your K9 unit is current and up-to-date with regards to: selection of dogs, K-9 handlers, training, documentation, FLSA, use of force, repor...
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