New York: Fatal shooting, explosive materials at Poughkeepsie hotel

A fatal shooting at a Poughkeepsie hotel led to the disturbing discovery of guides and materials that could be used to make explosive devices, according to police. The incident began around 7:30 a.m. Sunday when local police responded to a Read More …

Demand Booms for Bomb-Sniffing Detection Dogs

The shortage of bomb-sniffing detection dogs in the U.S. and across the world is increasing, while demand is on the rise. In 2021, global terrorist attacks increased to 5,226. In many of these situations, explosive (bomb-sniffing) detection dogs could serve Read More …

3 New York City terror attacks In 15 months: Many similarities

When 27-year-old Akayed Ullah allegedly strapped on a crude pipe bomb and detonated it in a crowded subway passageway Monday, he became the third terrorist in just 15 months to attempt to kill New Yorkers in the name of ISIS. Read More …

Dogs in bomb-detecting harnesses help NYPD patrol the city

The New York City Police Department recently deployed new technology for the canine unit to help prevent terrorist attacks — and keep the Big Apple’s subway system safe. The technology is called TREDD, which stands for “Transit Enhanced Detection Dog.” Read More …

New York: Man taught bomb making to person targeting authorities

A North Carolina man who runs a company that “teaches military tactics to the everyday citizen” has been charged with showing someone how to make a bomb that would kill people in federal law enforcement, the U.S. Department of Justice Read More …

NYPD’s newest canine members specially bred to sniff out explosives in seconds

The NYPD’s newest canine members are truly bred for the job. The four-legged constables, known as Transit Enhanced Detection Dogs (TEDD), are truly one of a kind, according to Lieutenant John Pappas of the NYPD Transit Bureau K-9 Division. While Read More …