PDEA plans to put more K-9 teams in public places

Jonathan Fernandez of Manila Standard Today reports that on Sunday, January 6, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) head Arturo Cacdac said the agency "will tap trained dogs from the private sector to bolster its canine service on detection of illegal drugs in public areas such as schools, parks, and bus stations."

Jonathan Fernandez of Manila Standard Today reports that  on Sunday, January 6, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) head Arturo Cacdac said the agency "will tap trained dogs from the private sector to bolster its canine service on detection of illegal drugs in public areas such as schools, parks, and bus stations." The report quoted Cacdac, who said, "Public places such as schools and other establishments where illegal drugs are smuggled and transited, will be duly covered with the presence of more quality drug detection dogs."

 

The report noted: "PDEA has a total of 15 highly trained dogs of various breeds under its Special Enforcement Service K-9 unit. Recently, the Philippine Coast Guard turned over to PDEA 20 Belgian Mallinois puppies to boost its canine unit."

 

For more on this story, log on to the Manila Standard Today website.

Tell us your #feels!

Win
Yum
LOL
WTF
0
Total votes
View more stories tagged ""

Read more stories about

Comments

Latest Stories

Load More Stories

SUBSCRIBE TO NEWSLETTER

Get the latest updates right in your inbox!