The K Street Group K9 Unit Expands with Additional Resources; Temples, Synagogues and Churches Can Feel Safer

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K9 Units both private and public are a vital part of modern law enforcement and the war on terrorism, and they're specially trained to be relied upon in extreme situations.

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“Socializing our K9’s in settings such as schools and churches helps to build community relations and has opened up conversations making a lasting impact on people’s perceptions of protective services”, said K Street Group Chief Operating Officer Bob Aromando.

The K Street Group, a well-known risk mitigation and protective services firm recently added two more German Shepherd canines to the explosive’s detection unit. Detective Benning is a 9-month-old, male and is currently undergoing scent training with his handler Justin Neilsen. Detective Max is a 5-month-old male and he will commence his scent training in June 2019.

The K Street Group K9 Unit will conduct searches for a variety of explosive materials near building exteriors, parking lots, office areas, vehicles, packages, and people in and around Temples, Synagogues, Churches and other faith-based facilities. The unit also provides a strong visible and psychological deterrent against criminal and terrorist threats. The K9 Unit handlers constantly risk their lives to protect and assist in those situations where nefarious acts of terrorism stand at an extremely high threat level. Their duties include tracking criminals, searching for cadavers and explosives, finding missing people, and acting as a deterrent in potentially volatile situations. K9 Units both private and public are a vital part of modern law enforcement and the war on terrorism, and they're specially trained to be relied upon in extreme situations.

As part of its community outreach effort this past Monday, April 8, Detective Benning and his handler had the pleasure and privilege of conducting a K-9 demonstration for A Pleasant Day Preschool in Caldwell, NJ. “Socializing our K9’s in settings such as schools and churches helps to build community relations and has opened up conversations making a lasting impact on people’s perceptions of protective services”, said K Street Group Chief Operating Officer Bob Aromando.

Contact us if you would like us to pay a visit to your facility to meet our K9’s. http://www.kstreetgroupsecurity.com/

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