This police group just got six brand new recruits and they are so cute you just may squeal. Did I mention they were recruits for the K9 drug and bomb team? These tiny police puppies in their giant harnesses are too stinking cute. It’s hard to believe that … Link.
Their mother, who is named Yellow, is one of 22 adult dogs in Taiwan’s K-9 unit … They will eventually serve in the Taiwan’s National Police Agency’s (NPA) K-9 Anti-Bomb, Drug Force and Blood Detection units based in Taipei, according to Mashable. Link.
… Police’s explosives detection dog and Massachusetts State Police Bomb Unit were called to the scene. Officials determine the bags and suitcases were not a threat. Tirado was charged with causing a bomb scare and drug possession. Police said the … Link.
Image by New Taipei City Police Department K9 Unit The puppies will be trained in NPA’s K9 Anti Bomb and Drug Unit, and when they’re older, they will join the team of dogs that help to sniff out bombs and drugs. The New Taipei Police Department in … Link.
K-9 police dogs’ duties include: Searching for drugs and explosives … then have to be certified by an independent organization recognized for patrol, narcotics and/or bomb detection before they are cleared for active duty.” There are two types … Link.
Police said a potent explosive … the parking garage are screened by bomb-sniffing dogs and security guards are present throughout the mall — a lasting legacy of the days more than two decades ago when drug-fueled violence was at its peak. Link.
Police dogs are nothing new, but when a photographer captured … When they grow into their uniforms, they’ll be assigned to the agency’s K-9 Anti Bomb & Drug force and Blood Detection units in Taipei City. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Link.
Six new recruits for Taiwan’s National Police Agency have just made their worldwide … The fuzzy recruits will be training to become detention dogs in Taipei’s K-9 Anti Bomb and Drug unit. While it doesn’t seem like it, the little pups already have … Link.
The six pups are all just over 1 month old. They are the offspring of another dog of the K-9 unit for the New Taipei City Police Department. The puppies will be trained to join the anti-bomb and -drug unit, according to Amanda Putman with Inform News. Link.
In perhaps the cutest photo shoot of the year so far, Taiwan’s police force has introduced the latest K-9 recruits … Bomb and Drug unit, based in Taipei. Well, they have to pass their training first. Their mother, named Yellow, is one of 22 dogs … Link.