Sunday, November 23, 2014
From the Columbus Dispatch:
Five more universities around Ohio are receiving bomb-sniffing dogs as officials expand a state program that makes more of those canines available for safety needs on and off campuses.
The University of Toledo, Kent State University, Ohio University and Central State University are each getting a dog trained to detect explosives. Rex, the German Shepherd going to Cleveland State University, will receive extra training to be part of general patrol operations, according to Ohio Homeland Security.
You can read more here And at my school, we can’t get permission to bring in well-trained dogs to comfort the students during exam time.