Fall 2007 Vol. 3, Issue 4

  • Training Perspectives Q & A: Do you have a good technique for getting a detector dog to work high? / On an area search for an armed suspect, what is the best configuration for the cover officers? / With a passive dog, what is the best way to tell what he is indicating on?
  • In my opinion: Dealing with Handler X: Here’s a strategy for teaching handlers who refuse to listen to new ideas. – By Jimmie Davenport
  • On the Border: Law enforcement canines patrol the front lines in the War on Terror. – By Robert Lukason
  • Which Command Do you Really Mean? A few clear commands can increase the reliability of your dog’s performance. – By Brad Smith
  • Canine Legal Update: Narcotics Dog Cases – By Terry Fleck
  • Attic Insertions During Tactical Operations: Help your K-9 search overhead spaces without blocking lethal cover by SWAT officers – By Shane Allen
  • Healthwatch: Bloat: A Life-Threatening Condition: What you need to know to identify one of the most serious illnesses in large working breeds of canines. – By Paul S. McNamara, DVM, DACVS
  • Legal Issues: A Litigation Primer: Being sued has become a common occurrence in law-enforcement. Here’s what you need to know about the process. – By Wally Dingman
  • Index to Articles

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