Roy, Sweety and Max along with their friends Lucy, Bolt, Bhairav, Danny and Candy will soon assist Central Industrial Security (CISF) personnel at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) in Shamshabad and Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru to detect explosives.

While the three canines — Roy, Sweety and Max — will be deployed at RGIA, their five friends will stand guard at the Bengaluru airport. The eight were among the 19th batch of 37 canines and their handlers who successfully passed out from the Integrated Intelligence Training Academy in Moinabad here on Friday.

The eight canines will be exclusively used for sniffing explosives. In addition to these, the Organisation for Counter Terrorist Operations (OCTOPUS), an elite counter terrorism joint unit of the State, acquired four assault canines — Kinetic, Cub, Ninja, Minas and Rusthum — for carrying out operations to nab terrorists and kidnappers. The canines will first be deployed to assault terrorists or kidnappers at their hideouts.

The Intelligence Security Wing (ISW) acquired Maya for route inspection before the visit of VVIPs, while the City Security Wing (CSW) took Honey and Bunny for similar operations in the twin cities.

The Adilabad, Cyberabad and Suryapet police took tracker dogs Hunter, Rani and Deepa to gather clues at crime scenes. These dogs will be roped in if there is any grave offence — such as murder, robbery or dacoity — to get vital clues to trace the offenders.

The 37 dogs, mainly Labradors, German Shepherds and Golden Retrievers, underwent rigorous training for over eight months before being handed over to the police departments of various States and Central agencies after the passing out parade.

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