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Why are many CSIs so sceptical about using cadaver dogs, asks researcher

PhD student examining man's best friend's notoriously good sense of smell says animals should be used more widely by police searching underwater.

Why are many CSIs so sceptical about using cadaver dogs, asks researcher

Date - 16th September 2015
By - Josh Loeb - Police Oracle
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Police forces are not using cadaver dogs as widely as they could in searches for bodies on land and submerged in lakes, rivers and the sea, a researcher examining the animals’ famously effective sense of smell believes. Lorna Irish, a PhD...
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