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Over 15,000 units of drugs seized by CT K-9 Unit since August

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Over 15,000 units of drugs seized by CT K-9 Unit since August

The City of Cape Town’s JP Smith mentioned that the K-9 Unit comprises of 22 dogs, in which 12 of the dogs were trained to sniff out narcotics. The other 10 dogs are used in tracking down missing individuals and also to detect explosives

Over 15,000 units of drugs seized by CT K-9 Unit since August

On Monday, Cape Town’s Metro Police K-9 Unit said over 15,000 units of drugs have been taken hold of since August last year.

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The City of Cape Town’s JP Smith mentioned that the K-9 Unit comprises of 22 dogs, in which 12 of the dogs were trained to sniff out narcotics. The other 10 dogs are used in tracking down missing individuals and also to detect explosives.

The K-9s are trying to focus on other smells that they were trained to detect, and their abilities are of such a nature that they cancel out all the other scents. And so, it’s really a colossal waste of time to try to fool our four-legged colleagues or their handlers.”

During the lockdown, the dogs were released to carry out searches at roadblocks in the absence of their handlers, so as to curb the spread of COVID-19.

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