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https://www.policeoracle.com/news/police_staff/2019/May/04/Fugitive-flushed-out-of-toilet-by-police-dog-_101259.html

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'Stop and search cut violent deaths in London by a quarter' Extra 40,000 checks helped to trigger fall in stabbing numbers. • Tens of thousands more stop and searches and extra officers on the streets are driving down the “ghastly” toll of violent deaths, it has emerged.
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Police dogs detected the smell of human remains on 2 cars at the home of a missing North Carolina girl who has bone cancer and a prosthetic leg.
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Post by Jill Havern on Thu May 30, 2019 7:36 pm

Magnificent seven hero police dogs win 'animal OBEs' for their work clearing the streets after Westminster Bridge and Borough Market terror attacks


Hero police dogs who worked in the aftermath of the London terror attacks have been honoured for their service with an award dubbed the 'animal OBE'.
The PDSA Order of Merit was presented to the dogs and their handlers for their work after the Westminster Bridge, London Bridge and Borough Market attacks of 2017.
The seven were chosen from a group of 19 honoured by the People's Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA) at the Honourable Artillery Company in Finsbury, north London, today.
Retired 10-year-old labrador Bruno was among four British Transport Police (BTP) dogs who searched for explosive devices after the Westminster Bridge attack.
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His handler PC Robert Smith said he was happy to see Bruno rewarded as the dogs are often 'unsung heroes' during police operations.
Asked about the way the dogs work, he said: 'It's all planned reward, the training, they associate the smell with finding a tennis ball.
'That's what he thinks in his mind he'll be getting at the end of each search. They wouldn't do it if they didn't want to. It's pretty much a game to them.'
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Armed police walk with a detection dog through the streets around Borough Market after the 2017 terrorist attack


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Marci with handler PC Neil Billany (left) and Ollie with his handler PC Anna Marie Charnley (right) receive their much-deserved awards today
Following the London Bridge and Borough Market attacks in June 2017, six dogs from the BTP and eight from the Metropolitan Police worked to support officers.
BTP General Purpose Dog Teams worked at the scene alongside firearms officers for more than 13 hours to clear the streets, buildings and public areas.
Springer spaniel Kai acted as an explosive detection dog alongside Alfie, Dave, Poppy and Robson from the Metropolitan Police to undertake a systematic search of the area.
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The PDSA Order of Merit, instituted in 2014, recognises animals who show outstanding devotion to their owner
Kai was relatively inexperienced at 18 months old and had only qualified in November 2016.
Handler Jean Pearce said: 'It's good to see Kai honoured. The dogs are often forgotten, but they played a key role in dealing with the attack.'
The PDSA Order of Merit, instituted in 2014, recognises animals who show outstanding devotion to their owner.
There have been 28 recipients of the award - 18 dogs and 10 horses.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7087355/Hero-police-dogs-win-animal-OBEs-work-clearing-streets-London-terror-attacks.html
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Post by Verdi on Tue Jun 04, 2019 1:39 pm

Domestication of Dogs

The dog is a subspecies of the gray wolf.  The dog was the first domesticated animal, and it has been the most widely kept working, hunting, and pet animal in history.  While the first dogs were domesticated thousands of years ago, most existing dog breeds have been in existence for only a few hundred years, having been artificially selected/bred for particular morphology and behaviors for specific functional roles.  Through this selective breeding, the dog subspecies has been diversified into hundreds of variant breeds.   Consequently, they possess more behavioral and morphological variations than any other land mammal.

History of Dogs 

Since Roman times humans have used canines for security and hunting.  The Romans and the Spanish conquistadors used dogs in times of war.  More recently, the British, German and American military forces have benefited from canine/soldier teams.  During wartime, dogs were trained for certain important roles: sentry dog, scout or patrol dog, messenger dog, or mine dog.  About 1,500 dogs were used as sentries in the Korean War.  During the Vietnam War, American troops used dogs to clear caves and tunnels of the Vietcong, as well as to find booby traps and land mines.  After the wars, the dogs were rehabilitated and returned to the people who loaned them to the military.

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History of Police Canines around the World


Dogs have been used by law enforcement agencies for over 100 years.  The English used bloodhounds while searching for Jack the Ripper in 1888, and during that time they allowed canines to accompany bobbies (police) on  patrol.  In 1899, in Ghent, Belgium, police started formally training dogs for police work.  This enhanced the popularity of using dogs for police work.  By 1910, Germany had police dogs in over 600 of their largest cities.  In 1938, South London introduced two (2) specially trained Labrador Retrievers to the Metropolitan Police Force to accompany bobbies on patrol.

In the 1970’s the use of dogs in law enforcement took a foothold in the United States.  Now they are considered a part of the police force, and in many departments they even have their own badges.  From the hundreds of dog breeds, there are some that are widely known for their presence in law enforcement.  The most widely trained dog for regular patrol work is the German Shepherd. Other exemplary breeds include--but are not limited to--the Labrador Retriever, Belgian Malinois, and the Dutch Shepherd.  Certain breeds have been used for special purposes, such as detecting illegal drugs or explosives, and tracking fugitives or missing persons.

Police Dogs and Training


Dogs for Law Enforcement believes a well-trained canine team is essential to deterring criminal activity and for assisting police departments in locating illegal drugs and explosives, in tracking fugitives, and with finding missing persons.  Our goal at Dogs for Law Enforcement is to assist police departments in purchasing trained police canines through established vendors who provide excellent service and warranties.  Another goal is to sponsor seminars for canine teams to attend around the nation to enhance a canine team's working ability.

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German Shepherd:  The breed originated in Germany.  Shepherds are often preferred by law enforcement because of their strength, intelligence, teachability and obedience.  German Shepherds around the world are often utilized in the detection of narcotics and explosives.  They are also used in the tracking and apprehension of human suspects.

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Labrador Retriever:  Labrador, or Lab for short, is one of several kinds of retrievers (a type of gun dog). Even-tempered and well-behaved around young children and the elderly, Labradors are athletic and playful, and they are a very popular dog breed. Labradors are frequently trained for detection work in law enforcement and for tracking of human suspects. However, they are not used for suspect apprehension.

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Belgian Malinois:  The Malinois or Belgian shepherd dog is a breed of dog that is recognized in the United States under the name Belgian Malinois.  It is used as a working dog for tasks including detection of odors from narcotics, explosives, and accelerants (for arson investigation), and for the tracking of humans and suspect apprehension in police work.

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Dutch Shepherd:  The Dutch Shepherd dog is a herding dog of Holland origin.  The Dutch Shepherd is used as a working dog for tasks including odor detection from narcotics and explosives, and for tracking of humans and suspect apprehension in police work.

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Giant Schnauzer:  The Giant Schnauzer is a working breed developed in Germany in the 17th century. It is the largest of the three breeds of Schnauzer. Originally bred to assist on farms by driving livestock to market and guarding the farmer's property, the breed eventually moved into the city, where it worked as a guard dog. It was unknown outside of Bavaria until it became popular as a military dog during World War I and World War II.  Giant Schnauzers have been used for odor detection of narcotics and explosives, and for tracking of humans and suspect apprehension in police work.

https://dogsforlawenforcement.org/index.php/police-canines-in-history/

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Post by Jill Havern on Sun Jun 30, 2019 8:13 am

Sniffing out cancer, transforming autistic children's lives and even warning about imminent seizures:


The miracle dogs who do what doctors cannot  (lol4)

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-7196059/How-medical-assistance-dogs-transform-peoples-lives.html
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Post by PeterMac on Sun Jun 30, 2019 8:51 am

A dog commented –
" Doctors are notoriously unreliable"

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Post by sharonl on Sun Jun 30, 2019 8:16 pm

So is McCann supporter Simon Cowell

Last year BGT had Kate's charity choir on the show, this year he had a very good & heroic police dog named Finn who survived injuries from stab wounds in the chest as he jumped in to protect his colleague & handler.  A very reliable dog imo

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Post by Verdi on Fri Jul 05, 2019 3:13 pm

Missing People Charity

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ooops I wonder how Ms Healy, the Missing Persons Charity ambassador, feels about this.

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https://www.policeprofessional.com/news/first-charge-under-finns-law/

First charge under Finn’s law

A man has been charged with causing unnecessary suffering to a police dog under new legislation in the UK.

Jul 3, 2019

By Tony Thompson

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Police Dog Audi

Dan O’Sullivan, 29, is the first person to be charged under the Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Bill 2019 since the legislation, known as Finn’s Law, came into force last month. It prevents those who attack or injure service animals from claiming self-defence.

Police Dog Audi suffered a stab wound to his head in the Hanley area of Stoke-on-Trent on Monday afternoon.
O’Sullivan, who is from Liverpool, has been charged with five counts of assaulting police officers, causing unnecessary suffering to an emergency service animal, possession of offensive weapons and affray.

He is due to appear at Newcastle-under-Lyme Magistrates’ Court later today (July 3).

Detective Inspector Stephen Ward of Staffordshire Police said the police dog was “recovering” and that “his injuries seem to be soft tissue-related and he is likely to be out of action for a short time.”

The law is named after Finn, a police dog which was stabbed in 2016 while pursuing a suspect with his handler PC David Wardell. Finn sustained serious stab wounds to the chest and head, but only criminal damage charges could be brought against his attacker.

This new legislation, coupled with the Government’s plans to increase maximum sentences for animal cruelty offences to five years in prison, is designed to ensure those who harm service animals are punished accordingly.
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Man jailed after biting police dog's ear

A vicious thug who smashed a police officer and his dog in the face with a metal bar before sinking his teeth into the animal’s ear has been jailed for two years.

Jul 12, 2019

By Sarah Vesty

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PD Remo receiving root canal treatment and the wound to his ear after being bitten by O'Neill.
Jamie O’Neill appeared at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court on Friday where he was told he will also be supervised for 12 months following his release from prison.
The 33-year-old previously admitted attacking Police Constable Paul O’Donnell and police dog Remo with the offensive weapon after he was pursued by the duo in Ayrshire on March 26 this year.
O’Neill, who is originally from the Brighton area of England, was running from officers after assaulting his former partner and throwing a brick through the window of a property.
After being caught at the Nethermains Industrial Estate in Kilwinning, O’Neill launched his violent attack which left the officer needing hospital treatment.
Police dog Remo, a five-year-old Belgian Malinois cross, had to undergo root canal surgery on his canine tooth which was eventually capped with a £4,000 titanium implant.
The brave hound also had stitches put in his ear after O’Neill ripped a chunk out of it with his teeth.
The court was told that O’Neill had been in and out of prison since he was 16-years-old and had moved to Scotland to “get a break” from his peer group in England.
His defence solicitor, Mr Connolly, added: “Valium was at the background of this offending behaviour on this particular date.”
The lawyer said his client, who is said to be “extremely ashamed” of his “impulsive and reckless behaviour”, plans to move back to Brighton following his release from prison.
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PC O’Donnell with his pet Spaniel and PD Remo (right)
 
Speaking about the horrifying  incident, PC O’Donnell, 42, said: “I found O’Neill and he was shouting and bawling before trying to make off through the bushes.
“I sent Remo to stop him and when he was only about 10ft away Remo jumped for him.
“O’Neill had a metal bar behind his back and he’s swung it round and smashed Remo in the face which did all the damage.
“Remo then kind of backed off and started barking. I’ve then put hands on O’Neill to try and detain him, he started fighting with me and Remo has seen this and grabbed him by the calf.
“O’Neill then just folded over, grabbed hold of Remo’s head and sunk his teeth into the dog’s ear.
“But the reality is that if you bite a police dog, all that’s going to happen is he’s going to bite you even harder.”
The dog handler continued: “The damage was a bad wound to the centre of his ear and at the edge of the ear, a nick was taken out of it where the guy’s tooth has ripped a part of it off.
“All I could I see was the blood pouring out of Remo’s ear. At first, I didn’t know I had been hit in the face with the bar.
“A traffic cop that was following me told me to put my hand to my face and there was blood pouring down my face.
“Because of the adrenaline and worrying about Remo, I just didn’t realise.”
Remo lost about a third of his tooth during the incident. The vet performed root canal surgery on the remaining tooth to save it and then tapered it down to fit the titanium crown.
Paying tribute to his four-legged comrade, PC O’Donnell said: “He’s a great dog.
“Say if we go to meet someone, he’ll be lying on his back getting his belly rubbed. He’s the friendliest dog you’ll ever meet.
“But what people forget is that when he goes into work mode, he’s an absolute machine.
“To me, he’s perfect. He’s a great dog to have about and I obviously know he has my back.”
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Fur'real? An incredibly well-trained police dog walks a tightrope while blindfolded

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7204543/Furreal-incredibly-trained-police-dog-walks-tightrope-blindfolded.html
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