Detection Dog

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A dog trained to identify by scent certain contraband materials—e.g., firearms, explosives, gypsy moths, chemicals used in arson, plants, currency/cash, illicit drugs, polycarbonate optical disks—bootleg DVDs—human remains, plant and animal tissues, etc.
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3) As part of a student awareness program, Deputy Sheriff Sergio Aloma and drug-sniffing dog Archie visit with Desert Winds students Crystal Abrego, left, and Shanta Romero.
Grantland of FEAR also emphasized the importance of drug-sniffing dogs in airports, where they are used on anyone who fits a preset profile, such as anyone carrying or using large amounts of cash.
Unfortunately for Mr Eckert, he had a reputation for hiding drugs inside his ass, so police brought a drug-sniffing dog that detected something in the driver's seat.
For example, a drug-sniffing dog that approaches an individual's belongings, home, or person represents some level of intrusion, (96) even if there is no chance that the surveillance will reveal any legitimate information about your possessions.
The squads were also accompanied by a drug-sniffing dog, as occupants and rooms were searched
A state police canine handler and a drug-sniffing dog were assigned to each team.
And he says officials from the Chilean government became so concerned that they considered bringing in a drug-sniffing dog.
Officials from the Chilean government became so concerned they discussed getting a drug-sniffing dog.
Commander of the Anti-Narcotics Police, General Francisco Patino, said that a drug-sniffing dog discovered the cocaine trophy in Bogota's international airport.
Cloning a drug-sniffing dog would produce a dog capable ofbeing trained but not already able to sniff out drugs.
The Korean Customs Service yesterday unveiled seven cloned labradors born five to six months ago after being separately cloned from a skilled drug-sniffing dog in active service.
Caballes, the Supreme Court held that using a drug-sniffing dog to inspect a car stopped for a traffic violation did not run afoul of the Fourth Amendment.