The Limits of Detection New Yorker
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, dogs seemed to pop up everywhere. Not just any canines, of course: highly trained detection dogs, at the side of …
Police dogs are an important part of law enforcement. This week dozens of dogs are being tested in Fort Madison. The United States Police Canine Association … have to do the work to find the drugs. There also was one bomb detecting dog and a dog used … Link.
For more than three decades, Alpha K-9 owner and founder Randy Hare has trained police dogs. Over the last six years, he has trained dogs to know the smells of drugs and explosives and find them on th… Link.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – A dog trained for more than 14 weeks in an Essex County K-9 school will join a team of two bomb and gun-sniffing dogs aiding … heroin and hash through a process known as “drug … Link.
“It saves the school district and police departments money,” said Falco. “We’re averaging 15-18 a year in terms of suspicious package (that require the bomb squad.” Cable replaced Gunner, who retired … Link.
Dogs, it seems, have sounded the alarm about plenty of you with nary a morsel of drug or bomb to be found … Edward said no, and continues, So he decided to bring in the K-9 unit. I sat in the police cruiser for over a half hour waiting for the dog … Link.
Megan Conroy, to show Afghan Uniform Police “how to handle drug finds and process the offenders.” Adam Serella, the handler in the photo above, said the combination of the two kinds of detection dogs allows for increased safety; the bomb dog go through … Link.