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February 2014

Smoking Marijuana in the Classroom??

Did you know that it is now possible for students to smoke highly concentrated THC oil IN the classroom without being detected? Well, thanks to the recent surge in popularity of vapor pens, it is now something that school districts are experiencing. The GOOD news is that our drug detection dogs can still detect the odor of marijuana vapor that is almost imperceptible to humans. CBS Denver recently posted the …Read More

Drug dogs in California. Interquest in the News

Oceanside schools use Interquest drug and contraband detection dogs to promote school safety on their campuses.  It’s Friday, the day of a big rivalry football game, when the Assistant Principal of Oceanside High School announces for the students in a classroom to leave their belongings in place, and line up in the hallway. They know the drill, they have seen Cadi before. Cadi (short for Cadillac) enters the classroom and …Read More

Frequently Asked Questions

Here at Interquest, we have many questions that are posed on a day to day basis in the process of keeping schools safe! Here are the answers to some commonly asked questions: How long does it take to train a drug detection dog? – Anywhere from 2-3 months, depending on the dog. What breeds of dogs do you use? – Mostly retriever types, including Labradors, Golden Retrievers, Springer Spaniels, some …Read More

Interquest in the News! Killeen, Texas School Safety Week.

Drug detection dogs, Vegas and Sturgis, are visiting students all week at Killeen ISD in Central Texas’ School Safety Week. They are talking to students about the dangers of bringing drugs, alcohol, medications and gunpowder based items on campus. Vegas, a trained drug and contraband dog, did a demonstration of his contraband detection skills. Vegas and Sturgis, along with their handlers, James and Carrie are visiting the school campuses one …Read More