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Those Pesky 'unreliable' dogs again

Post  kitti on Sat 21 Jun - 11:30

Nottingham Police.

HomeBody dogs Jack and Charlie not to be sniffed at
Body dogs Jack and Charlie not to be sniffed at

June 20, 2014


When the Force’s new ‘body’ dogs were called upon to assist in the Wycherleys murder case, you would be forgiven for thinking their lack of experience and the time passed may not bring results.

But three-year-old spaniels Jack and Charlie indicated at the burial site in the back garden of Blenheim Close, Forest Town, almost immediately.

PC Leigh Whitehead is Cocker Jack’s handler and PC Gav Berry takes Springer Charlie’s lead.

PC Whitehead said: “Our dogs are chosen for their drive and work ethic. Jack and Charlie have this in abundance.

"I’m not surprised by their performance that day. They did exactly what they are trained to do.

"The circumstances posed a significant challenge for them but I’m proud to say it’s a challenge they lived up to and surpassed.

He trained the canine cops over an eight-week period before they were licensed by PC Terry Arnett from the West Midlands Police in August 2013.

Since September, Jack and Charlie have been deployed 22 times.

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Mansfield East
Mansfield North

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Re: Those Pesky 'unreliable' dogs again

Post  Guest on Sat 21 Jun - 11:55



Not a cadaver-scent dog, but a military dog serving in the IDF, helping his handlers locate 3 kidnapped teenagers.

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Re: Those Pesky 'unreliable' dogs again

Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 21 Jun - 12:05

Iris wrote:

Not a cadaver-scent dog, but a military dog serving in the IDF, helping his handlers locate 3 kidnapped teenagers.

Bless those doggies and their human colleagues.   

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Re: Those Pesky 'unreliable' dogs again

Post  kitti on Sat 21 Jun - 15:01

What a lovely picture xx

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On the reliability of the evidence of dogs...

Post  comperedna on Sun 7 Sep - 19:01

I put this on another website, but the silly attitude to dog alerts annoys me, so I am putting it here too, where it may possibly be appreciated.

About the EVRD dogs... there is a false assumption made by many quite otherwise sensible people (a bit like all those medics who confuse correlation with causation.) Because the dogs evidence is described as 'only' indicative, and needs to be backed up by other evidence forensic, or otherwise, it does NOT mean that the dogs are 'wrong' or that the pattern of their alerts is not valuable, or significant... far from it. It just means that more evidence has to be found to back it up, if the case is to be taken to court, because cadaver and blood dog evidence is not accepted as stand alone evidence there. Thats just how it is.

The pattern of alerts in this case is amazing... Only places and the vehicle associated with the McCanns were alerted to by the dogs, though they were traipsed around lots of other flats and put in front of other cars etc... The pattern of alerts is HIGHLY significant, and the chance of it being random, or faked in some way, is nil IMHO



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Re: Those Pesky 'unreliable' dogs again

Post  wjk on Sun 7 Sep - 19:33

Spot on, comperedna
Couldn't agree more!
No way is it a coincidence that they alerted to the McC's and the McC's alone imo

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Re: Those Pesky 'unreliable' dogs again

Post  dazedandconfused on Sun 7 Sep - 20:02

Well said comperedna

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Post  mossman on Sun 7 Sep - 20:40

Great post Comperedna

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Re: Those Pesky 'unreliable' dogs again

Post  tanszi on Sun 7 Sep - 21:41

ill echo that thanks comparedna

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