Oregon Police Canine Association

2018 Oregon Police Canine Assocation Fall Seminar




September 24th - 26th, 2018
Wildhorse Resort & Casino
46510 Wildhorse Blvd.
Pendleton, OR  97801
$93.00 per night + tax. For reservations, contact the resort at 800-654-9453

on or before the group cut-off date (Saturday, September 01, 2018). Individuals must identify themselves as part of the OPCA to receive the special group rate. You may need to reference Booking ID #13249. *Please note, if you wish to  have your K9 stay in your room, you will be charged a $200.00 refundable fee.


SEMINAR PRICING (includes your $25.00 annual membership fee):
$200.00 on August 23rd, 2018 at 2359 hours.



Decoys / Agitators:

This registration session will allow you to complete the required information and submit payment. Please read through each page carefully to ensure that all information is provided accurately. To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or checking account information available.  Following the completion of this registration, you will see a charge on your account from OPCA. You may also choose to pay your fees by check, either by mail or in person at check-in. 


The driven dog

The Driven Dog understands that every dog is an individual and dog training cannot be one size fits all. We custom tailor our training to best suit you and your dog’s unique needs. We believe in fair and balanced training, with both positive reinforcement and fair communication, so your dog knows exactly what is being asked and can perform to their full potential.

We strive to educate owners and handlers to better understand their dog and to form a relationship based on mutual respect.


*Further course information to come.



Behavior Shaping With an E-Collar

  • How dogs learn
  • Why an E-collar
  • Push / Pull training
  • Directional training
  • Problem Solving
  • Obedience
  • Control Work
  • Civil Liability

These topics and many others will be covered in our course.  Many agencies run E-collars but very few have formalized training.  This course offers a comprehensive and foundational base for any dog program to build upon.



Daryl began working with dogs by decoying for Inglewood PD in 1978. He also worked with the Los Angeles Schutzhund Club where he held the position of Vice President and Assistant Training Director. He then went into the Army for eight years and was a military dog handler for four years. He has worked as a Deputy Sheriff for Los Angeles County since 1991 and has been assigned to the Special Enforcement Bureau canine unit since 2003. He has been a unit trainer since 2005.  He is currently working a SWAT patrol dog.  In addition, Daryl has worked for Adlerhorst International since 2010 as an instructor.



Joe graduated from Shenandoah High School in 1977 and after working several common labor jobs joined the United States Marine Corps in 1979. 

During his initial enlistment he was meritoriously promoted to sergeant and was deployed on two West PAC Tours.  After his discharge from active duty he enlisted in the active reserves where he stayed until his retirement as a Master Sgt. in 2008.  His final tour was in Fallujah, Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom I, II, and III.

Joe became a member of the Anderson Police Department on August 16, 1985 and is still working 3rd shift patrol.  During his tenure at the PD he has worked all shifts, been a member of the mounted patrol and worked in CID. 

Joe was a member of the SWAT Team for over 17 years.  He is the lead firearms instructor as well as a defensive tactics instructor for 25 years.  He was awarded Officer of the Year in 1991 and 1992.

His military awards include the Bronze Star for actions against the enemy, Meritorious Service Medal, Combat Infantry Badge, Good Conduct Medal, Overseas Deployment Ribbon w/ gold star, and National Defense Ribbon, and several leadership and service awards.

His police awards include the L.E.O. Medal of Valor, 2 Combat Crosses, 3 Meritorious Service Awards, 1 Distinguished Service Award, and 6 Life Saving Awards.    

Joe is married to his wife Mendy for 21 years and they have 4 children Cara (26), Kegan (24), Sophia (14), and Ava (12).  They also have a foster child Keight (5).   



Marty graduated from Shenandoah High School in Middletown, Indiana in June of 1995.  He left for basic training in the United States Marine Corps immediately after.

He was meritoriously promoted to the rank of sergeant in within two years and participated in two West Pacific (WES-PAC) deployments. After is honorable discharge he was hired as a police officer in Anderson, Indiana in March of 2001.

He has served in the uniform patrol working all shifts before being assigned as a K-9 officer in 2006.  He was also a member of the SWAT unit when he was wounded, and he still maintains his credentials as a defensive tactics instructor. 

In 2010 his partner Kilo and he won the Police K-9 Olympics besting 107 teams from as far away as Hawaii.  He and Kilo were awarded several citations during the time they worked together.

July 26th 2012 Marty was ambushed in an active shooter situation and Kio was killed.  Marty lost his left leg but by sheer determination with the support of his family he returned to full duty.  He still works the K-9 division with his new partner Rico.

In 2016 Marty was awarded the Police Officer of the Year award by the Indiana Prosecutors Association for his dedication and work excellence.

His military awards include Navy Achievement Medal (w/gold star), Good Conduct Medal, Overseas Deployment Ribbon w/ gold star, and National Defense Ribbon.

His police department awards included Two (2) Combat Crosses, Purple Heart, and several Meritorious Service and Achievement ribbons well a Life Saving Medal. 

Marty is married to Jessica and had three sons Ryan (24), Jax (19 months), and Hayes (2 months).  He also has two daughters Hayley (20) and Marlie (4).



Please direct any questions regarding this registration to:

Anthony Bastinelli

Anthony Bastinelli