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Police K9 Bruno is receiving the best medical care after being shot in the head by a criminal. Caring family & staff are with him, keeping him comfortable.

Police K9 Bruno is receiving the best medical care after being shot in the head by a criminal. Caring family & staff are with him, keeping him comfortable.

Say hello to one of our latest four-legged recruits…Dexter. He has ‘transferred’ to Greater Manchester from the West Midlands Police and has just begun his basic training with the Force’s Dog Training Unit at Hough End in Chorlton-cum-Hardy. He popped into the Force’s HQ earlier today and proved a very popular visitor. www.gmp.police.uk

Say hello to one of our latest four-legged recruits…Dexter. He has ‘transferred’ to Greater Manchester from the West Midlands Police and has just begun his basic training with the Force’s Dog Training Unit at Hough End in Chorlton-cum-Hardy. He popped into the Force’s HQ earlier today and proved a very popular visitor. www.gmp.police.uk

Banjo, a five-year-old member of Greater Manchester Police’s Tactical Dog Unit, practices his searching skills during a training session in a disused building. A dog’s sense of smell massively developed and they can search for the tiny amounts of a substance or track for many miles with little problem. They can find things that officers would never be able to and cover large areas in little time. www.gmp.police.uk

Banjo, a five-year-old member of Greater Manchester Police’s Tactical Dog Unit, practices his searching skills during a training session in a disused building. A dog’s sense of smell massively developed and they can search for the tiny amounts of a substance or track for many miles with little problem. They can find things that officers would never be able to and cover large areas in little time. www.gmp.police.uk

Everybody knows that dogs can’t fly…but Banjo didn’t get that memo. The five-year-old member of Greater Manchester Police’s Tactical Dog Unit soared through the air during training. Manpol Banjo - to give him is official title – has been with the Force seen he was a pup and loves nothing more than showing of his agility. He is a general-purpose police dog and is trained to conduct searches, track suspects and apprehend fleeing offenders. www.gmp.police.uk

Everybody knows that dogs can’t fly…but Banjo didn’t get that memo. The five-year-old member of Greater Manchester Police’s Tactical Dog Unit soared through the air during training. Manpol Banjo - to give him is official title – has been with the Force seen he was a pup and loves nothing more than showing of his agility. He is a general-purpose police dog and is trained to conduct searches, track suspects and apprehend fleeing offenders. www.gmp.police.uk

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