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NCJ Number: 34547 Find in a Library
Title: DOGS, DRUGS AND THE CUSTOMS - AIRPORT SEARCHES
Journal: INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL POLICE REVIEW  Issue:295  Dated:(FEBRUARY 1976)  Pages:39-45
Author(s): W WEGNER; J KOLODZIEJ
Corporate Author: International Criminal Police Organization
France
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 7
Sponsoring Agency: International Criminal Police Organization
92210 Saint Cloud, France
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: France
Annotation: COMPREHENSIVE AND THOROUGH SEARCH PLAN AND PROCEDURES ARE DESCRIBED FOR USING TRAINED DOGS IN AIRPORT SEARCHES FOR ILLICIT DRUGS.
Abstract: PROBLEMS CONNECTED WITH THE USE OF DOGS AT AIRPORTS, SUCH AS THE HIGH NOISE LEVEL, ANIMAL FATIGUE, AND PASSENGER OBJECTIONS ARE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT. THE GREAT PREPONDERANCE OF THE SEARCHING SHOULD BE DONE OUT OF SIGHT OF PASSENGERS. THESE PROCEDURES WERE DEVELOPED FOR USE AT DUSSELDORF (GERMANY) AIRPORT.
Index Term(s): Airport security; Drug detection; Germany; Police dogs; Search and seizure; Smuggling/Trafficking; Techniques
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