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Vohne Liche Kennels Director of Military Operations Bobby Roettger works Cocker Spaniel Bullwinkle during pseudo scent drills at VLK.

Vohne Liche Kennels Director of Military Operations Bobby Roettger works Cocker Spaniel Bullwinkle during pseudo scent drills at VLK. (View larger version)

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  • Cadaver dogs are K9s used to track and find human remains.

  • Pseudo scents allow dog trainers to teach dogs to hunt for human remains without needing an actual cadaver.

  • Temperature can affect how fast a cadaver moves through the stages of decomposition. Bodies in warmer temperatures will tend to decompose faster than bodies in colder temperatures.

  • The Fraternal Order of Police Logansport Lodge #71 was founded in 1935 and is one of the oldest F.O.P. lodges in Indiana.

  • The Chief of Police in Logansport, IN is Michael Cark.

  • Travis Yike and his K9 Hodo make up one of two K9 teams on the Logansport Police Department.

  • Adam Morrow and his K9 Viggo have been working with the Logansport Police Department since December of 2009.

  • An interdiction stops the flow of illegal items into or within the United States.

  • The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives has a mission to protect U.S. communities from violent criminals and illegal activities associated with alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and explosives.

  • The Drug Enforcement Administration enforces controlled substance laws and regulations in the United States.

  • The ATF allows businesses to obtain a Federal Explosives Permit, which would let the organization obtain certain amounts of various explosives for training purposes.

  • The DEA allows experts to obtain certain amounts of controlled substances for training purposes.

  • The DEA's annual budget for fiscal year 2012 was $3 billion.

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