Track our canine crime-fighters on Twitter

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Members of the public can now keep track of North Yorkshire ’s canine -fighters as the force’s Section takes to Twitter.

Dogs perform a vital role for the service and are a huge asset in the fight against .

Handler, PC Scott Nixon, said:

We’re using Twitter to help keep people informed of our work and to give them an insight into the role of the Dog Section. Our dogs provide invaluable assistance in a variety of policing situations. They are also very popular with members of the public.

We’ll be tweeting about new recruits, training and ongoing jobs around and North Yorkshire. We’ve had a great response so far with over 600 followers in the first few days of tweeting.

The force has 35 police dogs from general purpose to specialist search dogs.

Among their many and varied tasks, police dogs help the police to apprehend suspects, find missing people, control public order situations, sniff out items such as explosives and and search for evidence to help bring offenders to justice.

A team of North Yorkshire Police dogs carried out important tasks at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, carrying out daily searches at the main venues to help keep the games safe and secure.

To keep track of the canine crime-fighters follow @NYPDogSection


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