2020 had been a canine of a yr, so Queensland Corrective Companies (QCS) launched QCS Prime Canine – a five-part sequence on social media showcasing the company’s Delta Items.
The sequence, which kicked off final week (26 November), showcases the abilities and coaching utilized by jail canine squads to maintain prisons safe and officers protected.
A name was put out earlier this yr to all Delta Items throughout Queensland to submit movies in 4 classes: obedience, agility, room looking and freestyle.
The submissions will probably be reviewed and judged by an knowledgeable panel comprising of Commissioner Peter Martin APM, Deputy Commissioner Custodial Operations and former Townsville Correctional Centre canine handler, Gary McCahon, and Statewide Improvement and Requirements, Canine Squad Alan Swann.
Townsville Correctional Complicated is represented by two officers and 4 canines within the statewide competitors, Luke with Basic Function (GD) Canine Diesel and Passive Alert Drug Detection (PADD) Canine Ernie and Ryan with GP Canine Tallis and PADD Canine Cooper.
Luke and Diesel
Luke and Ernie
Basic Supervisor Townsville Correctional Complicated, A/g Chief Superintendent Louise Kneeshaw mentioned that the handlers and canines at TCC have been a aggressive bunch and have been eager to convey the title again to Townsville.
“Our Delta Items are important to the protection and safety of the advanced and are extremely skilled and revered members of our staffing cohort,” Chief Superintendent Kneeshaw mentioned.
“The final Prime Canine competitors was held in 2015, and canine hander Luke and Basic Function canine Diesel nonetheless maintain that title, so we’re assured that they are going to be within the working to convey it again to Townsville, the place it belongs.”
You’ll be able to view the primary episode and observe the competitors by visiting the QCS Facebook page.