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Drug-sniffing dogs in traffic stops often wrong

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by vanfullofretards, Mar 21, 2012.

  1. abcs

    abcs 12oz Veteran Member

    Mar 11, 2008

    abcs - Replied Mar 26, 2012

    something Ive read: The dogs training involves scented chew toys and balls. The dog learns the
    scent fast. This training is coupled with voice encouragement/commands the dog to to have a stronger response. Something like "find it" or "get it" which the dog associates with its task.... So the police walk the dog around your car, mutters that key word, the dog elicits the response and well. You know what happens next.
    Thats the abridged version
    Drug dogs and illegal search technique
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