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Post by Jill Havern on 18.01.19 15:29

Birmingham airport dog. So notoriously unreliable they use it against terrorists

https://news.sky.com/video/meet-spencer-the-police-patrol-dog-11608689


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"Dogs like Spencer are important in counter-terror operations, and are trained to find guns, drugs and cash"
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Scamp has a £25,000 bounty on his head because he is so good at sniffing out illegal tobacco

Video on this link: https://news.sky.com/video/kay-meets-sniffer-dog-wanted-by-gangs-11616742

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Post by Jill Havern on 15.02.19 9:01

https://www.policeoracle.com/news/police_performance/2019/Feb/13/Back-on-the-beat-.-.-.-this-Alfa-male-just-wont-be-beaten_100412.html



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A heroic police dog is back on duty after recovering from a vicious attack during which a man slammed a car door on his head “multiple times”. Alsatian Alfa held on to a suspect after officers spotted he was driving a stolen car with ...
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Post by PeterMac on 15.02.19 9:37

How sad that the English law allows only the offence of Criminal DAMAGE to a police dog.
They should be protected by the law of Assault  ( AND LIBEL !)

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Post by sharonl on 22.02.19 19:30

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-6732155/Britains-Got-Talent-Simon-Cowell-breaks-tears-hero-police-dog-audition.html

Finn is another hero dog and there maybe some good news here for service animals.

Bare in with this story though, that Simon is a keen supporter of Kate's charity "Missing People" and her husband and fellow suspect say that these dogs are incredibly unreliable.

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Post by Jill Havern on 26.02.19 12:56

https://www.euroweeklynews.com/2019/02/25/dog-sniffs-out-e100000-in-fake-notes-during-police-raid-on-costa-blanca/#.XHT02pNKhTY

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CAUGHT OUT: The arrests followed a routine checkpoint. CREDIT: Guardia Civil and Interior Ministry. OFFICERS from the Guardia Civil have arrested two men in Novelda, as suspects of the crimes of counterfeiting currency, drug trafficking and belonging to a criminal group. During a raid on the ...
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Post by Jill Havern on 03.03.19 13:06

Here's an unreliable horse today, just for a change...

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Post by Libra on 06.03.19 12:12

What an absolute hero!
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Post by Guest on 20.03.19 8:40

I believe Eddie and Keela had many successful missions prior to their work helping in the search for Madeliene  and I  am sure I heard on the radio how successful they had been the following year searching at the Jersey Childrens home, I find it difficult to believe their reliability is being questioned.  thinking
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Post by Jill Havern on 21.03.19 8:11

Mind of his own...!

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6832229/Workmen-rush-revive-dead-dog-discover-staging-lie-protest.html

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Post by aquila on 21.03.19 9:05

@Jill Havern wrote:Mind of his own...!

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6832229/Workmen-rush-revive-dead-dog-discover-staging-lie-protest.html

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A pair of heroic workmen rushed to help a dog walker whose beloved pet had 'died' only to discover that the stubborn pooch was staging a lie-down protest at not going on his favourite walking ...
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When I lived in Crete the dog belonging to the petrol station owner used to lie in the middle of the road and wouldn't budge. Buses and cars drove around him. He was part of the community and made everyone smile. I nicknamed him Bollard.
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Post by Jill Havern on 21.03.19 9:11

Great name!

Thank goodness drivers didn't use him as a speed bump!
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Post by aquila on 21.03.19 10:28

@Jill Havern wrote:Great name!

Thank goodness drivers didn't use him as a speed bump!

Humans say 'no man is an island'. Bollard said 'this dog is an island'.
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Post by Phoebe on 08.04.19 21:19

[size=34]Dogs REALLY CAN sniff out lung cancer with 97% accuracy as experts hope man's best friend's powerful sense of smell could pave the way for new tests to spot the disease earlier

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  • Scientists taught three Beagles how to sniff out lung cancer in blood samples 

  • They identified which sample was from a lung cancer patient 96.7% of the time

  • However, it is not the first time scientists have found dogs can sniff out cancer 

  • Dogs have smell receptors which are 10,000 time more accurate than humans' 


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....Studies have already shown they can pick up on 'volatile organic compounds', which are released from the early stages of many cancers.
Dogs are able to detect tiny odour concentrations, around one part per trillion - the equivalent of one teaspoon of sugar in two Olympic sized swimming pools.   lol4 [/size]
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Post by PeterMac on 09.04.19 8:04

Many years ago the Scientific community standardised a system of International Units. 
The Metre for length, the Kilogram for mass, the Second for time, the Amp for electrical current

The Media, inhabited by people who largely lack a GCSE in Physics have invented their own system.     The British Press Unit.   The BPU 

Unit of Volume or area
1 Olympic Sized Swimming Pool
This is clearly very big, so big it is quite enormous, and much bigger than you could swim in and reach the other end, so it must be very very big, and probably very deep as well, but we have never tried to dive to the bottom
50m x 25m x 2 or 3m.  
2,500,000 l.
2,500 m3

Unit of Mass (or what the Press call Weight)
1 Jumbo Jet
Jumbo jets are obviously very big, so this must weigh a huge amount – except that it flies in the air, so perhaps it is very light at the same time, but it is very big and can carry lots of people and has very long arms / wings.
60m wide x 63m long
250,000 kg  = 250 tonnes take off weight

Unit of Length
1 London Bus
Quite long and quite high – except that they go under bridges so they can’t be that high, and they nip in and out of traffic, so they can’t be that long either.
11m long
5 m high
(In fact rather shorter than 2 Rolls Royces, and just a bit taller than 2 Land Rovers stacked on top of one another)

A Longer Unit of Length
1 Football Pitch
Usually about 116m long but it can be anywhere between 90m and 120m which must be very exciting for players who train on one size and have to compete on another. (Approximately equal to 10.5 London Buses - see above)

Unit of Area
1 Football pitch (see above)
More tricky.  Legally it can be 45m to 92m wide.  Mostly they are about 70m
So the area should be around 116m x 70m = 8120 m2,  0.8 hectares or 2 acres.
The last person who understood acres was a ploughman who died in Lincolnshire in 1826 at the age of 83, and he had forgotten everything he once knew a long time before.

Unit of very large volume, or area, or possibly both, or something very big anyway.
1 Wembley Stadium
90,000 crowd - which is a lot of people, so they need 2,618 toilets [that is actually true !]
40,000 m2 roof area = 4 hectares, which very few people really understand, so let’s call it nine and three quarters acres, which absolutely no one does.
Bowl volume” = 1.1million m3 - or 440 Olympic sized swimming pools.  (see above)    I knew that unit would be useful.
Wembley Stadium filled to a depth of 10 feet”.  No one has ever been able to understand this but it is clearly a very, very big amount, and would take 100 workmen a very long time to clear away or dig out, or pump away, or dispose of in some other unspecified manner

Unit of Height (Europe)
1 Eiffel Tower
1,000 ft = 325 m

Which is of course a bit smaller than the 

Unit of Height (US)
1 Empire State building
1,200 ft = 380 m.  Not including the antenna sticking out of the top which you can’t really see from the ground, and anyway we think King Kong snapped it off so no one knows whether it’s there any more anyway

Unit of electrical Current
40,000 Volts
The Amp being too difficult to understand, the British Press Unit is the Tens of Thousands of Volts.   In its most frequent form it is expressed as 40,000 volts.   This is clearly a lot, and clearly very dangerous, and obviously always fatal.
The crackling sound caused by combing your hair on a dry day is 10,000 volts, and wearing a combination of nylon shirt and woollen jumper can build up 40,000 volts when you take them off.

Shocking !

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Post by aquila on 09.04.19 10:29

@PeterMac wrote:Many years ago the Scientific community standardised a system of International Units. 
The Metre for length, the Kilogram for mass, the Second for time, the Amp for electrical current

The Media, inhabited by people who largely lack a GCSE in Physics have invented their own system.     The British Press Unit.   The BPU 

Unit of Volume or area
1 Olympic Sized Swimming Pool
This is clearly very big, so big it is quite enormous, and much bigger than you could swim in and reach the other end, so it must be very very big, and probably very deep as well, but we have never tried to dive to the bottom
50m x 25m x 2 or 3m.  
2,500,000 l.
2,500 m3

Unit of Mass (or what the Press call Weight)
1 Jumbo Jet
Jumbo jets are obviously very big, so this must weigh a huge amount – except that it flies in the air, so perhaps it is very light at the same time, but it is very big and can carry lots of people and has very long arms / wings.
60m wide x 63m long
250,000 kg  = 250 tonnes take off weight

Unit of Length
1 London Bus
Quite long and quite high – except that they go under bridges so they can’t be that high, and they nip in and out of traffic, so they can’t be that long either.
11m long
5 m high
(In fact rather shorter than 2 Rolls Royces, and just a bit taller than 2 Land Rovers stacked on top of one another)

A Longer Unit of Length
1 Football Pitch
Usually about 116m long but it can be anywhere between 90m and 120m which must be very exciting for players who train on one size and have to compete on another. (Approximately equal to 10.5 London Buses - see above)

Unit of Area
1 Football pitch (see above)
More tricky.  Legally it can be 45m to 92m wide.  Mostly they are about 70m
So the area should be around 116m x 70m = 8120 m2,  0.8 hectares or 2 acres.
The last person who understood acres was a ploughman who died in Lincolnshire in 1826 at the age of 83, and he had forgotten everything he once knew a long time before.

Unit of very large volume, or area, or possibly both, or something very big anyway.
1 Wembley Stadium
90,000 crowd - which is a lot of people, so they need 2,618 toilets [that is actually true !]
40,000 m2 roof area = 4 hectares, which very few people really understand, so let’s call it nine and three quarters acres, which absolutely no one does.
Bowl volume” = 1.1million m3 - or 440 Olympic sized swimming pools.  (see above)    I knew that unit would be useful.
Wembley Stadium filled to a depth of 10 feet”.  No one has ever been able to understand this but it is clearly a very, very big amount, and would take 100 workmen a very long time to clear away or dig out, or pump away, or dispose of in some other unspecified manner

Unit of Height (Europe)
1 Eiffel Tower
1,000 ft = 325 m

Which is of course a bit smaller than the 

Unit of Height (US)
1 Empire State building
1,200 ft = 380 m.  Not including the antenna sticking out of the top which you can’t really see from the ground, and anyway we think King Kong snapped it off so no one knows whether it’s there any more anyway

Unit of electrical Current
40,000 Volts
The Amp being too difficult to understand, the British Press Unit is the Tens of Thousands of Volts.   In its most frequent form it is expressed as 40,000 volts.   This is clearly a lot, and clearly very dangerous, and obviously always fatal.
The crackling sound caused by combing your hair on a dry day is 10,000 volts, and wearing a combination of nylon shirt and woollen jumper can build up 40,000 volts when you take them off.

Shocking !
I'm quite used to these measurements.

PR companies are particularly drawn to them.

It was like dining in your garden = trotting from your postage stamp sized garden back into your house to check all is well (carefully and responsibly avoiding the water features).

Distance travelled = nonsense.
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Post by condor5 on 10.04.19 7:57

Ellen52 wrote:I believe Eddie and Keela had many successful missions prior to their work helping in the search for Madeliene  and I  am sure I heard on the radio how successful they had been the following year searching at the Jersey Childrens home, I find it difficult to believe their reliability is being questioned.  thinking
Very much agree! Funny though, how they only seem to be unreliable when cases involving children are concerned!!!
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Post by Jill Havern on 20.04.19 8:14

How Raider the therapy dog comforted the house of horrors children and sat beside them in court as they tearfully told of years of torture and starvation at the hands of their parents

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With Raider, a gold-colored Labrador (above) by their side, Jennifer, 30, and Joshua, 27, described how their parents, David Turpin (bottom right inset), 57, and his wife, Louise (bottom left inset), 50, inflicted years of torture and abuse on them and their 11 siblings. The two adult children have had Raider by their side throughout the legal ordeal of the past year. One of children reportedly asked authorities to allow Raider into the courtroom on Friday to be with them during their parents' sentencing. When they gave testimony about the abuse they suffered at the hands of their parents, they took turns petting him.
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Post by Mainline on 20.04.19 8:21

I saw them in the news yesterday. Don't mean to go off topic but I was reminded of how when Marc Dutroux was caught, initially Sabine Dardenne defended him. Even in the most awful situations that kind of stockholm situation sets in. The captor (or in this case vile parents) becomes God as well as abuser because survival rests on them. Sad.
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Post by worriedmum on 05.05.19 22:04

Police dogs can go 'undercover' too! 

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