4th Quarter Sheriff's Roundup Video

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4th Quarter Sheriff's Roundup Video
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Source: Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office

On this rainy weekend, it’s a great time to watch the New Sheriff’s Roundup! To view, click on the link below. You can also see the Roundup on Santa Barbara County Television Channel 20, on Santa Maria Community Television Channel 25, on our Facebook and on our website at www.sbsheriff.org.
 

Just some of the stories to look for on this Roundup include:

*Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Provide Mutual Aid to Butte County for Camp Fire
*New Custody Deputy and his Girlfriend help save woman trapped in Apartment Fire
*Focus on Safety: Vaping Epidemic at our Schools
*Multi-Agency Active Shooter Trainings at Local Airports
*Training Corner: Dive Team Trains at Refugio Beach
*New Cop Cart Debuts at Cabrillo High School
*New K-9 Team Deputy Scott and Duke
*Local Kindergartner’s Gift to Sheriff’s Office
*Law Enforcement Academy, Citizen Academy and DARE Graduations
And much more…
 

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Flicka Jan 13, 2019 10:26 AM
4th Quarter Sheriff's Roundup Video

I especially liked the horseback riders, and the police dogs. I've read the dogs come from Germany because U.S breeders are not as discriminating about their breeding practices. And, the commands are given in German so a criminal can't shout out English instructions, confusing the dogs. Does anyone know if it's true? Whole video very interesting.

EastBeach Jan 13, 2019 11:27 AM
4th Quarter Sheriff's Roundup Video

According to this link, police dogs from Europe understand the native language (e.g. German, Dutch, Slavic languages). They can become bilingual quickly but more importantly they bond with their handler and become accustomed to his/her voice - so the bad guy wouldn't command the dog even if he yelled out "geh das schnitzel holen!" (Google translation for "go fetch the schnitzel!") ...... https://www.lehighvalleylive.com/breaking-news/index.ssf/2013/02/speaking_their_language_police.html

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