Presentation on theme: "K-9 Police Dogs By: Brinley Samer. K-9 Police Dogs Abilities They are taught lessons in agility, search, attack and climb, and obedience. They ladders."— Presentation transcript:
K-9 Police Dogs Abilities They are taught lessons in agility, search, attack and climb, and obedience. They ladders and over barrels and walls. They can walk on narrow planks above the ground and crawl through tunnels. They go through search training to sniff out hidden objects and criminals. They go through attack training also.
K-9 Police Dog Commands HEEL SIT LIE DOWN BARK SEARCH COME STAY TRACK GET HIM
K-9 Police Dogs Training Age K-9 Police Dogs can be only a year old and go to K-9 school.
K-9 Police Dogs Chasing Bad Guys The officer and his K-9 dog chase after the suspect in their patrol car. If the suspect hides, the officer and dog look for him. The dog is told to “find him” and he sniffs out the area. When the dog senses the suspect is near, his ears stand straight up, his body is tense and he is very still. The officer will shout for the suspect to “come out or the the dog will be released.” If the suspect chooses not to come out, the dog is released. The K-9 dog will growl and corner the suspect.