TSA to host training for working canines, their handlers in Muncie

INDIANAPOLIS – The Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Indiana Explosive Detection Canine Program is hosting its annual Multi-Agency K9 Training Event in Muncie on Tuesday, July 27. Handlers and their canines, trained to assist law enforcement and detect explosives, will participate Read More …

Philippines: Jack Russel Terrier puppies to train on bomb detection

The Iloilo City Police Office (ICPO) Explosive and Ordnance Division (EOD) and K-9 Unit recently received two male puppies it would be raising and training to become Explosive Detection Dogs (EDD). Mayor Jerry Treñas said the Jack Russel Terrier puppies Read More …

New Jersey: Law enforcement K-9 training event held at MetLife Stadium

A law enforcement K-9 training event took place on Wednesday at MetLife Stadium. The Regional Explosives Detection Dog Initiative event was hosted by the New Jersey State Police and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The training featured odor recognition Read More …

Virginia: VSP K9s specializing in explosive detection complete training at airport

Five cute K9s completed training at a Virginia airport on Wednesday. In a social media post, Virginia State Police said “We regret to inform you there will be no peanut butter biscuits available from the snack cart today, your dedicated Read More …

CoESS joins EU Project to launch a Regional Certification Centre for Explosive Detection Dogs and Certification Standards

In order to strengthen the detection of threats by explosives in public areas and critical infrastructures within the EU member states, a consortium created and led by Palmyra Aviation Advisors, and including CoESS, has been awarded a project grant to Read More …

KFOR military working dog handlers train with MAT Kosovo

U.S. Army Soldiers assigned to Regional Command-East, Kosovo Force, travelled to Peja/Peć on March 9 to train with Mine Action Training Kosovo, a humanitarian demining school that trains students in explosive ordnance disposal and identification. 1st Lt. Taylor Firn, officer Read More …