Instructor, Police-Canine Services

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Police dogs are a rare breed: they're used by law enforcement for a range of activities such as drug detection, search and rescue, patrols, criminal apprehension, and explosive detection. To ensure they can do the job effectively, dogs' handlers need to have a wide range of specialist skills - and police-canine instructors are responsible for teaching the skills and expertise required.

Instructors are often current or former law enforcement or military personnel, but also civilians with a passion for working with dogs.

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