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 …

New York: Elmira man convicted of possessing improvised explosive device

An Elmira man could face up to 25-years behind bars after being convicted of having an improvised explosive device in his possession. According to the Chemung County District Attorney’s Office, 26-year-old Rashad R. Graham was convicted on one count of Read More …

Internal NYPD memo warns of cops being targets of IED, vehicle attacks

The NYPD has been on the alert for weeks for possible attacks similar to Friday’s deliberate RV explosion in Nashville, The Post has learned. An internal NYPD memo issued earlier this month warned that law enforcement were the “priority targets” Read More …

New York: Bomb Squad officers get highly-realistic training experience using real IEDs

Members of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad were among several members of law enforcement who took part in a unique training experience Thursday. Over the next few days, several agencies will be training in realistic settings, to help Read More …

N.Y. Army National Guard EOD Techs Partner with FBI for Blast Training

JAMESVILLE, N.Y. – Nearly 30 members from several agencies, including 21 Soldiers from the New York Army National Guard’s 1108th Explosive Ordnance Company, trained with FBI agents on the identification of explosive ordinance at a Jamesville, New York rock quarry Read More …

New York: Man charged after possible bomb-making materials found at scene of Queens house fire

A man is facing charges after potentially explosive materials were found at the scene of a fire at his Queens home Tuesday, police said. According to the NYPD, Marak Squires, 37, was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment. Police said Read More …