Tirupati: Intelligence officials inspect dog squad units

A police dog sniffs out a suitcase during inspection of the dog squads functioning by the Intelligence Wing

A police dog sniffs out a suitcase during inspection of the dog squad's functioning by the Intelligence Wing


  • A vet examines the health of the 21 dogs in the Urban police dog squad
  • The officials observe the working of the dogs in sniffing out explosives and other harmful material

Tirupati: AP intelligence security wing (ISWI) senior officials from Vijayawad inspected the Tirupati Urban police dog squad units as part of annual inspection. During their inspection, they have examined the techniques of dogs in finding bombs, narcotics and security checks. In this connection, a veterinary doctor examined all the dogs. During Brahmotsavams and VIP visits, urban police dog squad plays a key role in security checks for finding contraband and suspected persons. A total of 21 police dogs are working in urban police unit. Following the annual inspection, intelligence security wing officials interacted with dog trainers as well as armed reserve DSP Nanda Kishore at Tirupati AR parade grounds. On Urban SP A Ramesh Reddy's instructions, local police provided required information to ISWI officials over dog squad functioning.

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