“Come on, boy,” said San Juan police Investigator Juan Galindo, who works with the K-9 named Cosmo … “Unlike drug dogs that get excited and start pawing at the hidden drugs, explosive dogs need to be very calm and simply point to the item. Link.

Thor is one of three dogs in the Salem Police Department’s relatively new K-9 unit, and the only dog with training in EOD — explosive ordnance detection. “Some people call them bomb dogs … to help police on a drug raid. Once inside an apartment … Link.


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Mounting evidence drug– and bomb-sniffing dogs just props to justify illegal searches and seizures
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About a year and a half ago, a group of Nevada State Troopers, along with a retired police sergeant filed a racketeering lawsuit against the Nevada Highway Patrol. The allegations are shocking. However, they are not surprising — at least to me.


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Raleigh police's K-9 unit gives criminals a 'ruff' day
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Some dogs are good at detecting while others are good at being aggressive.” Police send the bomb dogs in to sweep areas that are un der bomb threats and stops along the car routes of high-priority targets that visit. “If a dog is trained to find drugs