Gasoline-sniffing dogs to aid metro officers
Beijing has upgraded its security presence in metro stations with Belgian Shepherd dogs trained to assist regular patrol officers. The dogs are specially trained to search passengers for gasoline as part of anti-terrorism efforts. During this year’s APEC meeting in Beijing, 20 gasoline-sniffing dogs will participate in the metro station patrol. By the end of this year, the city is expected to complete the construction of a base that will house 200 patrol dogs. years old and has taken part in Special Olympics events. invitation in order to encourage teenagers in less developed regions of China to realize their dreams by working hard. early on June 24, detaining suspects and confiscating 12 firearms and a number of knives. The suspects were alleged to be involved in more than 100 criminal cases of intentional damage, disturbance, extortion and kidnapping.