Operational Patrol Dog Units

Calibre’ Operational Patrol Dog Units are an extremely effective and adaptable specialty service that we pride ourselves on. Being able to utilize some of the most experienced and qualified professionals within the Security Services Industry. Not only do our Dog and Handler teams meet the British Standards but they can pride themselves on their assertive attitudes, appearance, site management and backgrounds from the Police, Military and Security Industry.  
 
Our committed General Purpose (GP) patrol dog and handler teams provide greater flexibility than two uniformed security officers could, between them they have a unique trained ability to detect trespassers, it is not only a proven deterrent and greater protective measure, but is also a cost-effective resource.
 
The quality of the dog and handler team not only derives from careful selection of canine breeding and the handlers background, but the quality of training they receive, our aim is to employ the most professional experienced and qualified teams within the security services industry.  Our Instructors and Trainers insist on the highest standards.  The dog and handler teams regardless of background, prior experience and qualifications must meet the specific criteria, which adhere to the British Standards.
 
Dog and Handler teams are trained, assessed and qualified to a high standard as dictated by the government regulatory body.
Our vehicles display unique livery with all necessary warning signs and equipment specialized for the role and title, Dog units are an incredible deterrent for unwanted people and groups on assignments and premises, keeping loss and damage to a minimum.
Our dogs and handlers movements are monitored using log books, incident reports, Diester patrols and check calls to our 24-hour control room. This ensures the safety of our officers and the quality of our service. This information is available to you immediately on request.
The Company had a positive input into the codes of practice and the codes of ethics of the bodies that govern the security dog industry to date, namely NASDU (National Association of Security Dog Users) and BIPDT (British institute of Professional Dog Trainers).
 
 
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