Young Police K-9’s to catch young offenders-An Individualized Approach To Combat Crime, Inspired By Wisdom and Driven By Necessity.

In the light of surge in candy stealing by young offenders, Police has trained young puppies to apprehend young offenders and to take away stolen candies from their pockets. The action will be taped on video and puppies themselves will take the tape and the offender to the court.

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New cadets-first day of training away from their parents

© Samina Iqbal, 2014

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About Samina Iqbal

I am a free lance writer who loves to write on social issues in particular. I am a house wife and my husband Dr. Shams Iqbal offers all the support and encouragement so that I can pursue my passion for authorship and other cause which is dear to me. My lifelong mission in life is to offer my support for the police officers who need to be supported and protected by general public like us. My inspiration to do this comes from my personal experiences of some of the greatest police officers whom I have witnessed do great deeds for the good of humanity. I am so inspired and fascinated to support this law enforcement group. On the other hand I like music, movies specially classics, I am a fashion geek, English and American literature are my passions.
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58 Responses to Young Police K-9’s to catch young offenders-An Individualized Approach To Combat Crime, Inspired By Wisdom and Driven By Necessity.

  1. seriously? those puppies are so cute! they are such cutie pies! can I have one? please!!!!

  2. willowdot21 says:

    So cute but they do grow up so quickly, not so cute then.:)

  3. You just made my day, Samina! Those are the cutest puppies I’ve ever seen. I love the photo where they’re all nuzzled together. :)

    • Thanks so much Jill. I know you love these lovely creatures. No doubt these are very very cute. The second photo where they are nuzzled together, they are on snooze break. These are a very valuable asset for our protectors. You take care and God bless.

  4. aw! those eyes! puppies always get me, every time :-)

    • You noticed right, the eyes so intelligent and vigilant. These are very special puppies, all keen to serve and protect us. Thanks for the lovely input my friend. Take care and God bless.

      • i got one for you. we got a new baby. she placed himself in the middle of the road and wouldn’t budge even if my cousin kept on honking at her to get out of their way. they picked her up, looked up her family and found none, then they took her home with them. she left them no choice! she practically arranged her adoption. pretty smart ;-)

      • WOW! What a smart puppy. They are clever and once we notice them they take over from there. I enjoyed reading about the smart one who stood her ground and got herself adopted. What can you say to that. they are really cute and they know it. Thanks for sharing such a lovely story with me. You take care and God bless.

  5. Ed says:

    The cutest post you have done so far..:-))

    • WOW! Ed this is a great compliment my friend. Thank you so much for such beautiful and encouraging words. These are adorable puppies no doubt about that. You take care and God bless you on your lovely journey of life.

  6. Cute and adorable,beautiful heartwarming post. Blessings.jalal

  7. niasunset says:

    Oh dear Samina, they are so adorable and so lovely, Thank you, love, nia

  8. Sartenada says:

    They are indeed so cute when they are young.

  9. nightlake says:

    Cute and also committed to responsibility. lovely post

  10. Oh my, this is a news to me -pups catching little offenders. Thanks for sharing with us, Samina.
    Cute puppies:-)

    • Yes it would be entertaining to watch puppies keeping an eye on little offenders who steal candies. They are so cute and smart as well. Thanks Elaine. You take care and God bless.

  11. Hi Samina—Thanks for sharing! Beautiful (puppies & adults)…So valuable in law enforcement—proactive and reactive…Thanks gain…Phil

  12. Forget about stealing candy, these fellas will steal your heart! ;)

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  14. Amy says:

    Thank you, thank you for sharing it Samina!
    btw, if you link your gravatar with your blog URL, it’ll be easier for reader to find your blog.

    • My pleasure Amy. I will link my gravatar with my blog, I have found out how to do it. I tried once before but was not successful. Thanks for the valuable advice. Take care and God bless.

  15. Ajaytao2010 says:

    Dear Didi

    How are you

    wish you all the best in 2014

    • Hi Ajay sorry for the late reply since I had a few appointments and could not answer. Very nice to hear from you and I am doing vey well, my brother. I hope and pray for your health and happiness. I read your beautiful wise quotes and sayings regularly and they give such a joy and contentment to my heart. Keep it up and keep inspiring everyone. Love you dearly my brother and pray for your happiness and contentment in life. Very lovely to hear from you always my brother. Take care and May God bless you with all the blessings in the world. Amen.

  16. Hee-hee! If I saw an adorable puppy like this guarding anything, I wouldn’t dream of offending him or her by doing anything naughty!! :D

    • Hi Kathryn I agree with you with these pups on guard who can dare to commit any offense. Look at their shiny vigilant eyes and cute personalities. Love your input. Take care and God bless.

  17. Morguie says:

    The Junior League! So adorable…for now. ;)

  18. Cry and Howl says:

    Cute babies!
    I have a story I’d like to share with you. My good friend David over at the Past, Present, & Future blog is a former Houston city police officer. Anyway, when you get time please read this post by him …

    • Thank you so much for visiting my blog and for commenting. I am touched by your friend David’s story of his friend’s loss. I have reblogged it to share the story with my blogger friends. My blog honors Police Officers and I am grateful to you for introducing me to your good friend’s blog. You have a beautiful blog. I will be visiting regularly. Thanks once again. You take care and God bless.

  19. SerachShiro says:

    Hello Samina and what a great post and Idea, how cute are these so lovely puppies :) !

  20. buxtonnews says:

    So cute, the best pics I’ve seen all day.

  21. Sadly my friend was once a victim of an unprovoked attack by a police dog. She sued and was given a big pay-out for this incident but remained anxious about dogs for years afterwards. The thing that really distressed her though, was that they put the dog down, when it was really the handlers fault, who should have been sacked instead.

    • So sorry to hear about your friend’s scary incident. These dogs are trained very well but I guess incidents can happen even under the best of conditions. The fact that the police dog was put down is a very sad fact since these are very precious dogs who undergo extensive training and are a valuable asset of the Police Force. I know your friend must be feeling sad for the dog. But she has recovered well, that’s good news. Thanks for sharing your friend’s story my friend. You take care and God bless.

      • Thank you for your response. The incident took place back when the infamous Joh Bjelke Peterson, “the Hill-Billy Dictator”, turned Queensland into his personal fiefdom and the police became one of his tools of political control. As a reward he allowed corruption to go unchecked in the police force. After Joh’s fall even the Police Commissioner Terry Lewis was jailed for corruption. A sad time for my home state and now it seems those times may be returning under the current administration..
        I’ve got nothing against decent cops who do their job fair and square, but the QLD Police force was an utter disgrace back then. I recognise that policing is a hard job to do but if I may quote Orson Welles here from his movie “Touch of Evil”; -“A policemans job is not supposed to be easy. The only place where a policemans job is easy is in a police state”
        I look forward to further posts on your blog.
        Peace and Love,
        the reverend hellfire

  22. reocochran says:

    I believe in using dogs, for so many areas of law enforcement. I enjoyed the adorable puppies and am so proud of their being ‘volunteers’ to join the police force! Cute post, Samina! Robin

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