Did you know? Large amounts of loose tobacco can indicate a student is rolling “blunts.” Blunts are cheap cigars with the tobacco removed and replaced with marijuana. For more information, click HERE. “K-9 Korner” Actual Finds in Schools by Interquest Canines Interesting hiding places discovered by Interquest handlers in student belongings recently. Marijuana paraphernalia in deodorant and marijuana wax in a pencil sharpener. Visit our website …Read More
As reposted from the Duluth News Tribune. For original article, click HERE A private company has been hired by the Duluth school district to search East and Denfeld high schools with dogs sniffing for drugs, alcohol and gunpowder. Interquest Detection Canines has already searched each school a couple of times, after holding assemblies for students to learn what the dogs do. The national company, with franchises in Duluth and Wadena, …Read More
As reposted from the Franklin Free Press. Original article, click HERE On January 27, 2017, Russellville City Schools announced an agreement with Interquest Detection Canines, Inc. that will allow trained canines to randomly search the campuses for drugs, alcohol, and other contraband. Russellville City Schools administrative assistant Tim Guinn found the company and agreed to the contract with Interquest. “Interquest is paid on a per visit basis, and the …Read More
Charlie, an English Springer Spaniel is a Contraband Detection Dog in training. He has all the right stuff and is progressing well. Check out his progression from about 14-19 weeks of age.
Enjoy festive photos of our detection canines from across the country!
Did you know? According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, a survey on drug use and attitudes among American 8th, 10th and 12th graders, shows decreasing use of alcohol, cigarettes and many illicit drugs over the last 5 years. For link to article, click HERE. “K-9 Korner” Actual Finds in Schools by Interquest Canines Recently found during routine visits in bookbags, classrooms and vehicles. …Read More
Did you know? Some drug users are using a common over-the-counter product to get high. According to a report by Annals of Emergency Medicine, Imodium A-D works in the body the same way as heroin, morphine and Oxycodone. The user would have to take an extremely large dose (50-300 pills) to get the desired effect. For original article, click HERE. “K-9 Korner” Actual Finds in Schools by Interquest Canines (not …Read More
ORIGINAL ARTICLE WITH VIDEO HERE. CROOKSTON, Minn. (Valley News Live) The possibility of a school shooting is a parent’s worst nightmare. However, at Crookston High School they’ve added a new layer of security to keep firearms and ammunition out of the school and off school property. Crookston has enlisted the help of a specially trained dog. Schools in Fargo and Grand Forks occasionally have police dogs search for drugs. It’s …Read More
As reposted from the Manteca Bulletin. Original article HERE. The Manteca Unified war on drugs is making progress. The number of suspensions and expulsions from drug-related incidents on campuses dropped by 39.2 percent in the 2015-2016 school year compared to 2014-2015. There were 89 drug-related incidents last school year that ended with suspensions and 15 with explosions. In the previous year there were 157 suspensions and 14 explosions. Based on …Read More