Dogs being used to detect currency flight, Bolivia

Posted on December 21, 2011 • Filed under: Bolivia, Crime, Police/Military Activity

Dogs “hounds” that uses the Federal Administration of Public Revenue (AFIP) to combat capital flight are trained in Canine Training Unit is located in Bahia Blanca. It is the only training ground for some 300 beagles AFIP and Customs is in the country and work in an area of ​​Pronsato at 1,400. “The dogs are trained to work with very high odor thresholds, if we would not have the problem that they would go into the pockets of people” said instructor Gabriel Customs Latour. Latour said the have from 40 days old and trained for narcotics detection and currency for 6 months. Read Article

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