As soon as Benni barged into the police department he made a beeline for his new handler, K9 officer Danny Turner, and almost knocked him over. Turner had already met Benni previously. “I’m really excited to have a young dog that is eager to work … Link.
BOSTON — Police dogs simply follow their noses to sniff out narcotics … said Sgt. Douglas Wannemacher, the K-9 supervisor and training coordinator. “It gives us a safety net,” he said. “Our big thing is an ounce of prevention – preventing … Link.
photo Massachusetts State Police K-9, Maximus, searches a car for drugs with Trooper Brian Bonia, left, during a training session in Revere, Mass. During drug raids, police dogs literally follow their noses to sniff out narcotics, but now the powerful … Link.
After White left, the mother called police. After police arrived, a K-9 dog led officers to a nearby home, where he targeted an abandoned Cadillac with a broken out windshield in the driveway, court records show. The dog reportedly caught a scent and … Link.
That’s why officers are taking extra precautions to protect police dogs from exposure. Take, for instance, Mercy. She’s a narcotics detection K9 with the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office. When someone is suspected of carrying or transporting … Link.
The dog also hopped the fence, and like Blackwell … Look below to view a full copy of the Massachusetts Appeal Court decision overturning the previous State Police K9 bite immunity judgment. Link.
“The dog could die if we don’t use this and get to the vet immediately,” explained Sgt. Pat Silva who heads up the K-9 Unit. The State Police are the first department in Massachusetts to require K-9 officers to carry the injectable version of the dru Link.
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. – Officials say the battle to stop the ongoing drug epidemic is putting law enforcement and their K-9 partners at risk. “He is already pulling me; he is trying to figure out where it is coming from. He should find the drugs in just a … Link.
The dog, meanwhile, remains on duty. “K-9 Jager is an active, valuable member of the department still providing important service to the public,” state police spokesman David Procopio told the Herald. “Today’s decision does not at all address … Link.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Police dogs are tasked with sticking their noses in all sorts of places — but what happens when a K-9 finds drugs like heroin or fentanyl and accidentally inhales a large dose? “Just a minute amount that touches our skin can affect us … Link.