Gaso­line-sniff­ing dogs to aid metro of­fi­cers

China Daily (Canada) - - CHINA -

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.

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