Police and Military Dogs by John Ensminger Book Review
A new book was released this week:
Police and Military Dogs: Criminal Detection, Forensic Evidence, and Judicial Admissibility
- By John Ensminger
Police procedures, forensic science, and the law have all had to have in mind the tasks that police dogs perform and the evidence that their work produces. As such, it is essential that those within the criminal justice system perceive this type of evidence and its value. Police and Navy Dogs: Legal Detection, Forensic Evidence, and Judicial Admissibility examine the use of police and military canine for a wide variety of capabilities and explore canine biology and conduct as it applies to police work.
The book begins with an outline of the modifications that have occurred in the last 40 years as discoveries have been made about canine capabilities. John Ensminger. the author, examines how a canine handler’s work with a talented police dog can affect the next investigation and prosecution of the crime. He discusses optimum procedures for locating and processing proof, and describes the boundaries of admissibility of proof produced by police dogs. His book examines the numerous diverse detection functions police dogs are being trained to perform, ranging from explosive detection, drug detection to cadaver detection. It also describes the usage of canines to apprehend criminals and in search and rescue operations.
Written for a large audience of K9 handlers, forensic scientists, attorneys, and military personnel , this book covers topics pertinent to all features of military K9 usage and police canine for law enforcement.
Police and Military Dogs by John Ensminger is available online as well,
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