It takes a special canine … The dog is guided by his inner instinct. A police dog of the explosive safety department, at a training ground of the Moscow Metro police dog unit. Dogs here are trained to sniff out narcotic and psychotropic drugs, as well … Link.
A private security company that provided round-the-clock sniffer dogs to a secretive drug rehabilitation facility linked … According to its website, Australian K9 Detection Unit also provides bomb detection dogs for government and private companies … Link.
Fulford was wanted on felony warrants for failure to appear on a drug … A police K9 was unable to follow his scent. When investigators entered the apartment where Fulford was hiding they found suspicious devices. The Larimer County Regional Bomb Squad … Link.
Police dogs such as Labrador retrievers, German shepherds, and Belgium malinois are among the breeds being tested on their ability to detect narcotics, explosives, accelerants, or cadavers. The state agency’s K-9 Unit coordinator, criminal specialist Ken … Link.
Based on the same training principles that produce professional bomb- and drug-sniffing dogs, K9 Nose Work comprises a series of increasingly … But they’d be eight years old, and no police department would take them. Or they had a bum hip. Link.
After receiving information from members of the public, police executed a search warrant on a Williamson St house on Monday, March 27. With the assistance of a specialist police dog, methamphetamine, cannabis, cash, and drug utensils were allegedly found. Link.
Dogs … to find drugs, bombs and other dangerous paraphernalia. Beagles are another dog breed that first started working with humans as gun dogs. After that, this K-9 police officer is now mostly used in airports and harbors to sniff out narcotics … Link.
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The dogs look for alcohol, abused medications such as Adderall and Percocet, different kinds of powder used in guns and firecrackers and some types of bombs. Prior to Sept. 11, 2001, the company used "aggressive alert" dogs, that would dig or … The …
Police dogs … method is used for bomb-detection dogs, except various chemicals used to manufacture explosives are placed in the towel instead of drugs. A story recounted in “Dogs On the Case,” by Patricia Curtis, tells of a drug dog that was a little … Link.
After 9/11, it was important to use dogs trained to sit passively, so there was less danger of a dog setting off a bomb … The former K-9 handler for the Superior Police Department who is now an investigator in its narcotics unit is concerned that … Link.