K9 Suspect Discrimination

Using K9s for scent discrimination has been part of the forensic repertoire used to solve crime for a number of decades in several European countries. Authors Adee Schoon and Ruud Hank emphasize in "K9 Suspect Discrimination" that the dog does not pinpoint a suspect as the perpetrator, but merely indicates there is (or is not) a scent connection between evidence from the scene of a crime and a suspect in that crime. Schoon and Hank provide detailed training methods and working methodolgies for handlers who want to train their dogs in this important work, as well as procedures for gathering scent evidence from the scene of the crime. From Temeron Books Inc., "K9 Suspect Discrimination" is available in local bookstores or from www.termerondetselig.com.

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