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Kathleen Adamle Ph.D.

Kathy Adamle has been an active member of the National Search and Rescue community since June of 2001. She is a SARTech II and is certified as a Canine Search Specialist from the TEEX National Emergency Response and Recovery Training Center (NERRTC) DHS/FEMA-funded courses at Texas A&M.

At present, Kathy has 3 Nationally Certified canines: 2 Human Remains Detection (HRD) in Land and Water with NSDA, NAPWDA, NASAR, and IPWDA; and 1 Area/Wilderness canine with NSDA, NAPWDA and NASAR.

She has trained and certified 3 trailing canines with NAPWDA, NASAR, and NSDA. She has trained and certified an article canine and an electronic evidence response canine and Disaster response. 
Kathy is a National evaluator for NSDA (HRD Land & Water, Area, Trailing, Large area HRD, and Area with Live and HRD sources) as well as IDHS.

Kathy is presently the Program Manager for all Evaluators with NSDA. Her response to National searches includes the Ohio BCI and FBI and NCMEC both in Ohio and surrounding states. 
Kathy also teaches SAR at the Police Academy at KSU and at the Citizen Police Class with the Portage County Sheriff Office.