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Victim Recovery and Crime Scene specialist dogs join the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Dog Unit

3 Jun 2021
  • BCH Dog Unit welcomes new specialist dogs

  • PDs Max and Xena are Victim Recovery, Crime Scene Investigation and Drowned victim detection dogs

  • ACC Sebire welcomes them to the team

     

     

 

Two dogs trained to locate bodies, body parts, bodily fluids and bodies in water, are now part of the BCH Dog Unit.

PDs Max and Xena both two-year-old English Springer Spaniels and their handlers recently qualified after successfully completing their Victim Recovery, Crime Scene Investigation and Drowned victim detection dog course.

They are now ready to be deployed to assist colleagues across the three counties.

 ACC for Joint Protective Services, Jackie Sebire said: "This is a first for Beds, Cambs and Herts and will be of real benefit across the forces adding to our vast areas of specialism within the unit already. Congratulations to the handlers and their dogs.”

The dogs work within the disciplines of victim recovery, forensic search (CSI) and drowned victim recovery and could assist in a wide range of cases such as murders, serious assaults, serious sexual offences and missing persons.

ACC Sebire continued: “The Dog Unit provide vital support across the tri-force in so many areas and it is fantastic to see the development of the team in this area.”

 

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