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What technique is used for a police dog?
the U.S.A for one
German Shepperd's mostly!
Patrol dogs work with individual officers to search buildings when it is deemed unsafe for a human officer to enter a building, to track a suspect on foot, or to aid in the ap…prehension of a suspect. Drug or narcotics dogs work with their handlers to detect the scent of specific drugs which may be hidden in a building or vehicle. Bomb sniffing dogs are trained to detect explosives and may be used to search a building where a bomb is suspected, or to check people coming in to an event such as the President giving a speech. Cadaver dogs are trained to detect the scent of human remains. They can detect them even if the remains are buried or under water. Tracking dogs, usually bloodhounds, are used to track difficult scent trails, especially old ones. They are used to search for missing persons or suspects and can sometimes even track a scent that flows out of a car window as the car is driven from the scene. because they can sniff out drugs or act as a theat to say he will bite u if u do try to pull something or if u run he will chase u and bite u because sometimes the police officer cannot run as fast or the dog i used to sniff for drugs; they do it at junior high's and high school's Dogs can be used by the Police for: 1. Controlling large crowds. 2. Confronting dangerous people. 3. Chasing after criminals. 4. Generally aiding an officer. Properly trained police dogs assist officers with searching buildings and areas for unauthorized persons. They help track criminals that are fleeing or assist in tracking and locating lost persons. Another great use is a dogs nose. Their superior sense of smell helps law enforcement search for hidden explosives, narcotics, and evidence of crimes. Police often have criminals fleeing from a serious crimes and arrest. Police dogs assist by pursuing and apprehending with minimum force to apprehend on command and in protection of the police K9 handler, other officers and the public. Properly trained police dogs give law enforcement officers one of the finest non-lethal aids in the prevention and detection of crime. They are used as attack dogs to fend off or disable armed assailants. Also, Police Dogs are used to search and rescue missing people. A police dog helps a police officer by tracking down the sent of the person that is running away from the police. Added: In addition, many law enforcement canines are trained to sniff for drugs or explosives and still others are used for tracking (Bloodhounds in particular).
There are no standard command words used for all police dogs. Police officers tend to use whatever commands their dog was trained to use. Since many originate in Germany or Cz…echoslovakia most are trained in German or Czech respectively. It is easier to teach a police officer a few foreign command words than to teach a dog trainer to train in what is to them a foreign language. It's also convenient because the officer is less likely to say a command word in German or Czech accidentally in ordinary conversation. But contrary to popular mythology, these dogs aren't trained in a foreign language to keep people from knowing how to tell them to stop. Besides, there isn't a specific command for "stop." The dog would be told to lie down, return to heel position or spit something out of his mouth. "Stop" is a very vague concept, so it's much easier to simply tell the dog to do something else, or to release him (tell him he is off duty and can go do what he likes). If you're thinking the way to get immunity from a dog like a police dog is to learn his commands, forget about it. These dogs are trained to obey only one master and will not obey you even if you did know their command words..
They use them to smell out drugs or/and alcohol. They mostly use German Shepards. Hope i answered it good enough.
German Shephard, Dobermann and Rotweiller are commonly used, and so are labradors, ocasionally.
They didn't catch him. We are talking 1888 so limited technology here. A large team of policemen conducted house to house inquiries, they drew up a lists and notes available t…oday show they then decided who to look at more closely and who to dismiss. Material was collected and examined by the police appointed Surgeons. The Police asked Thomas Bond a Police Surgeon on the amount of required medical knowledge needed and his opinion on the first 5 murders, he concluded they were all done by the same person but was against the idea of any specialised knowledge being necessary. Because of the lack of success a Vigilante group patrolled the streets and hired private detectives who also had no success.
I believe the modified version of the German Shepard
they use reproduction by their DNA
The most recognizable police dog is the German shepherd.
Depends on the country and the type of police. Some dogs are trained purely through body language.
I looked it up and they are still police these are working dogs they must have a purpose even if it`s running sheep etc they say that their great for police work
because they are good at smelling and therefor can smell out baddie's and drugs
In Dog Training
The acronym "K9" is a shortening of the word " canine " which is the genus (family) to which all dogs belong.
Police use Chromotography - which is used to separate ink that has been used on paper or on a letter or something so the police know what kind of pen has been used on the pape…r or letter. For blackmails, details on locations used in a case. .
they mainly use chromotogaphy