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Statewide dog handlers train, test cadaver dogs at several area facilities


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Officer Wally Hendricks helps to get one on his new trainees, Tug, ready for certification at the Cove Basin Park. The dogs are being trained to be cadaver dogs that seek out and point law enforcement toward human remains. Jennifer Lopez (inset) demonstrates the vehicle search portion of the training and certification with her dog, Ni’jahn who garnered full certification at the March 10 session.



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