Win An End-Of-Term Visit For Your Class From PSNI Dog Section

Win An End-Of-Term Visit For Your Class From PSNI Dog Section



The Police Service of Northern Ireland work hard every day to keep you safe. They take your calls when you need them, patrol the streets to keep criminals away and do their best to catch the ‘baddies’. Sometimes it can be difficult to track down the ‘baddies’ and that is where their very special canine colleagues come in.

The PSNI dedicated dog section are always on hand to help tackle crime. Most of the dogs are with them from a young age. They live with their handlers and have a special bond with their human, working with the same officer all the time. Lots of special fun-based training and practise helps them to develop an acute sense of smell, the ability to run incredibly fast when needed and the ability to work with their handlers to indicate a ‘find’ or ‘catch’.

The dogs help police officers to find guns, drugs and money, help locate missing people and catch criminals. They are some pups!

If you and your friends would like to meet some real canine heroes, then we would love you to take part in our competition to win a class visit from the PSNI Dog Section. The lucky winner will receive a visit to their primary school where dog handlers with their dogs, will give a demonstration of some of their super skills.

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The closing date for this competition is 11.59pm on Friday 1 June. Editor’s decision is final. Usual Ni4kids T&Cs apply. Visit ni4kids.com/competitions for full details.

 

Q. To enter, simply come up with a cute caption for this image of one of the PSNI’s canine colleagues!

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