60% of all students upon high school graduation have reported having tried drugs. Early intervention can have a significant impact on the future of anyone associated with drugs.
What are the benefits?
There are many benefits when hiring discreet narcotic K-9 certified handlers. Most importantly, we are not affiliate with police or law enforcement, which allows our clients to handle the problem without involving police or the court system. We are here to help and save lives, and to help better your loved ones lives. By involving police, it can ruin their chances later in life with getting
How does a dog find drugs?
After many hours, days and weeks of imprinting a dog with the scent of drugs, the dog will begin to hunt for that odor. When the dog finds what we call a scent cone, the dog will start to zero in on the strongest point of the odor. The dog is trained to sit as close to that odor as possible. The dog is rewarded with his or her favorite toy! For a drug sniffing dog, finding drugs is all just a game.
What drugs can dogs detect?
Dogs can detect prescription drugs like Oxycontin, and illegal drugs including ecstasy, marijuana, heroin, methamphetamine, LSD & cocaine.
Why do I need this service?
Anyone that has the suspicion that their child, spouse, employee or students might be doing drugs needs our service. If they have been found with narcotics in the past, you want to confirm that they are still not using.
Who else may need this service?
Businesses may wish to have a K9 search conducted for the safety of their employees and to eliminate liability issues. Businesses could also save money by their insurance giving them a discount for being proactive in having random drug searches. Most institutions may wish to engage Discreet K9 to be certain their property is a drug-free zone. Also In some matrimonial and custodial disputes, when alleged drug use may impact custody matters, Discreet K9 can be a less invasive alternative to resolving issues, without the involvement of law enforcement.
What can your business do?
Every business needs a drug free workplace program that includes education, testing and other ways of deterrence to maintain a drug free workplace. Discreet K9 is the answer. When your employees know that Discreet K9 makes random visits, it will be highly unlikely that employees will bring drugs to work.
What occurs during a discreet K9 narcotic sniff search?
Residential: We will search all rooms, garage, vehicles and any out buildings that you have on your property. We ask that the person of interest not be present to avoid any conflict. Also, that anything that could harm the K9 or that might prove to be a distraction be removed, i.e. pets, poisons, chemicals, and any sharp objects.
Business: We provide periodic, random visits. The frequency is determined by you. At each site, a designated coordinator from your business will escort our canine teams and observe the inspection activities. We check lockers, offices, cubicles, sleeping quarters, common areas, company vehicles and other areas as requested by business administrators.
School: We provide random, unannounced visits. At each site, a designated coordinator from the school will escort our canine team and observe the inspection activities. We normally inspect lockers, gym areas, common areas, vehicles and classrooms.
What if a K9 Team finds something?
If the K9 picks up the odor of drugs, the K9 is trained to go to the closest point and sit, notifying the handler of the presence of the odor of drugs. In the event the dog identifies a scent, the K9 team will mark the area and continue on with the search. Discreet K9 does not locate or dispose of any found drugs or drug paraphernalia. We will provide you with resources and information to deal with your situation privately. Both our visit and the outcome are totally confidential.
I trust my kids. Why would I use Discreet K9?
Most kids will not admit to drug use. 60% of all students upon high school graduation have reported having tried drugs. Early intervention can have a significant impact on the future of anyone doing or associated with drugs.