“With their keen sense of smell, dogs are an ideal companion for military and law enforcement officials looking to sniff out explosives or drugs. At K2 Solutions in North Carolina, handlers train dogs to identify these threats in real-world search scenarios. And as more U.S. troops come home from war, the organization is increasingly training service dogs to help veterans cope with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).” [Courtesy National Geographic]
People are the center of our success. We hire people who are the right fit for our company and surround them with managers who care about their development. Each K2 employee-owner is empowered to be a direct contributor to the success of the company.
As an ESOP, K2 employees have a direct and personal stake in the success of the company. Our ownership program and entrepreneurial culture encourages employee engagement and provides a direct link between each employee’s personal investment and their job performance. The result is an unwavering commitment to excellence, quality, and integrity in all business practices.
At K2, people come first, from our talented employees to our valued clients. We never apply a “cookie-cutter” approach to any of our products or services. We carefully address each client’s unique requirements in a corporate environment that emphasizes effective internal cooperation and open communication to produce superior results.
Let me take this opportunity to extend my deepest appreciation to you and your personnel for assisting us in our counter-terrorism efforts during this year’s Kentucky Oaks and Derby events. With the recent events in Boston and the utilization of improvised explosive device (IED), your agency provided a unique and remarkable service for venue security with the two PB-EDD Canine Teams.”
Perrye K. Turner, Special Agent in Charge
K2, Solutions, Inc. bomb dogs were integrated into our overall security program which covered the entire Tampa Convention Center…The dogs were very impressive, highly trained and did an outstanding job of searching the entire building for explosives. The handlers were attentive, polite and very knowledgeable in sweeping the building each day, yet kept a low profile in their mission.”
Luellan Hoffman, Director of Exhibits, National Defense Industrial Association
We are a Proud and Award-Winning Employer of Veterans