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Parents hiring sniffer dogs to check if kids on drugs!

  1. Abrad
    newkerala.com
    London: Parents in Britain are hiring sniffer dogs to find out if their children are on drugs.

    Security firm Detect International K9 Support Services has turned its attention to kids' bedrooms after the success of a similar operation in schools.

    "We get a lot of requests from parents, sometimes after we have carried out a search of their child's school, who want to find out if there are any drugs in their bedroom," Training and operations manager Robert Taylor was quoted by the Mirror,

    The firm, based in Essex and Lancashire, has searched 211 houses around the country and says demand for the 50 pounds visits is growing.

    He said the sniffer dogs act as a deterrent to pupils thinking of bringing drugs to school.

    "If drugs are there, we will find them," he added.

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  1. Abrad
    Drug Dogs Check Kids

    Mirror.co.uk
    By Aidan Mcgurran

    WORRIED parents are hiring sniffer dogs to find out if their children are on drugs. Security firm Detect International K9 Support Services has turned its attention to kids' bedrooms after the success of a similar operation in schools.

    Training and operations manager Robert Taylor said: "We get a lot of requests from parents, sometimes after we have carried out a search of their child's school, who want to find out if there are any drugs in their bedroom."

    The firm, based in Essex and Lancashire, has searched 211 houses around the country and says demand for the £50 visits is growing.

    Most of its £150 school searches have been done in Greater Manchester, but Robert hopes the service will catch on nationwide.

    He said the sniffer dogs act as a deterrent to pupils thinking of bringing drugs to school. Robert added: "If drugs are there, we will find them."
  2. Lunar Loops
    Now is 1984, knock-a-knocking at your front door......but no, it ain't the secret police it's the private dicks your parents have hired...be afraid, be very afraid. Is it just me or is there anyone else that thinks if a parent has to resort to this, they have absolutely no idea how to relate to their own children?
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