EDD (International)


Explosive Detection Dogs – International Security

Explosive Detection Dogs For Hostile Environments

We provide EDD teams to search for explosives in or on vehicles, planes, boats, packages, people, buildings and outside areas. Our detection teams are equipped to be effective in almost any kind of environment.

We can deploy anywhere in the World for long or short-term undertakings and have particular experience of working in Iraq and other hostile environments.

All of our handlers are from a police or military background and are trained to the highest standards.

Very simply, we provide trained dog teams to search for explosives and/or improvised explosive devices (IED’s). This can be in response to a direct known threat, for example you may suspect that a device has been concealed or that explosives will or are being smuggled into your facility. You may wish to have a highly visible deterrent with dogs searching vehicles and people passing through your entry check points (ECP’s). Perhaps you intend to hold a conference and want the reassurance of knowing that our dogs have searched your facility.

In the case of a hotel venue where VIP’s may be staying, we can be tasked to search rooms before delegates arrive and can repeat this process regularly for the duration of their stay.We are able to deploy for a one off short term tasking or can provide a more continuous long term presence.

We can work along side your existing security personnel or, using our own contacts arrange suitable security staff, vehicles, equipment, weapons and organise appropriate bagging to assist you with your project.

Each handler is teamed with his own dog and will handle the same dog throughout his service with the company.

Larger long-term projects may involve the recruitment and training of TCN or LN handlers. If this is case the handlers will be trained and managed by experienced trainers from the company and will most definitely come from a military background with the appropriate experience and qualifications.