Defence Headquarters, 9 MAY. ‘24 (RBDF): Royal Bahamas Defence Force Marines attended Decoy Dog Training Camp hosted by The Royal Bahamas Police Force K9 Unit on Thompson Boulevard on Monday 15 April 2024.

Five (5) Marines from RBDF K9 Unit: Able Seaman Latario Rose, Woman Marine Nina Nairn, Marine Seaman Linmarc Taylor, Marine Seaman Jedidiah Cox, and Marine Seaman Alano Whitney, were all participants. In addition, Marine Seaman Cox received Most Outstanding Decoy Dog Handler Award among the participants.

The objective of this training was to align all law enforcement K9 Units to the same principles and practices used in the K9 Operational Field and to build comradery and cooperation between all law enforcement agencies moving forward. Additionally, participants learned how to shape dogs from the stages of infancy, to developing them into law enforcement dogs. Participants were also introduced to new training methods and equipment, and the levels to which these skills can be applied.

This ensured that Decoy Operators are not only seen as decoys, but a skillful asset to the development and construction of a Law Enforcement Dog.
Commodore Raymond E. King is steadfast in his commitment to fostering enhanced collaboration between the Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) and other local law enforcement agencies as he seeks to continue building overall professionalism and performance of its members.

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