NJ Transit Police Chief Christopher Trucillo said all but one of the dogs are trained to detect explosives … K-9 unit, in our terror/counterterrorism initiatives, is probably the most critical component.” The K-9 division, which also includes a narcotics … Link.
A police dog, often referred to as a K9 Dog, is trained specifically to assist police and other law-enforcement personnel in their work. Today, police forces in use k9 dogs to track criminals, sniff out drugs and bombs, search buildings, and do other … Link.
The 33-year-old man was standing on a busy platform at Lidcombe train station about 7.45pm (AEDT) yesterday when he became agitated upon seeing a police drug-detecting dog, police said today … The Rescue and Bomb disposal unit was called to the scene … Link.
Two aspins have graduated with 25 other purebred dogs from the Philippine Coast Guard’s (PCG) K9 school and will be joining the roster of security dogs guarding the country’s ports against smuggled narcotics and bombs. They proudly trooped to the stage … Link.
DUI: Police impounded a vehicle after pulling over a driver on suspicion of DUI on the 16000 block of Aurora Avenue N. DRUGS: Police discovered crack cocaine and prescription narcotics … Park. EXPLOSIVES: Police confiscated three “seal bombs,” yellow … Link.
The children had a rare opportunity to catch our Police dogs in action while they undergo training to detect narcotics and explosives … K9 unit for their guided tour. The first demonstration we watched was how a narcotics detection dog could detect drugs. Link.
Gun Dogs: The rise of firearms-sniffing K-9s
You would not because bomb dogs are of no use in finding drugs. The same would be said for a gun dog under the above example. Assume that during the controlled buy of cocaine, a confidential informant tells the police that the defendant either had a …
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS — Sniffing for bombs and … Brunswick Hills police officer and K-9 handler Heather Stask meets with the group, called Buckeye Area Regional K-9 (BARK), once or twice every week to take the dogs through various drug-sniffing and tracking … Link.
Moreover, none of the search areas contained the scents of either drugs or explosives … the U.S. Supreme Court says a dog sniff is not invasive enough to qualify as a “search” under the Fourth Amendment, so police do not need a warrant or probable … Link.
That is only after applying and being accepted into a special police unit usually after showing strong interest in working with these dogs and already exhibiting excellent proficiency as a patrolman Police K9 … narcotics, guns, and bombs (Green, 2004). A … Link.