Drug Detection Dogs
Education and School Services
Royal Dog Academy trains K-9’s to specifically be school drug detection dogs.
Schools are required to protect their students and maintain a safe learning environment at all times, and Royal Dog Academy works with the schools to detect drugs on school campuses by inspecting school property: vehicles, classrooms, lockers, dormitories, and more. Our canines are trained in detecting the most common drugs and medications, including alcoholic substances, narcotics, and firearms. Drug detection canines are valuable to schools because they are the least intrusive method in detecting illegal items on school campuses. Obviously, if they are to find anything on campus then the individual in question will need to get in touch with a drug offense lawyer as soon as they can.
“Our company works with schools to protect students”
The use of a drug detection canine on a school campus along with regular inspections will help in both improving and maintaining a safe, learning environment on school campuses by deterring the possession, trafficking, and drug use of the students.
Royal Dog Academy is here to fit the specific needs of our clients. We service Unified School Districts, Private Schools, and Charter Schools in several counties. The Royal Dog Academy will design a program to fit within any school’s needs and budget.
Royal Dog Academy is not affiliated with law enforcement or any government agencies and we do not notify them of any findings.
Places of Work
Royal Dog Academy will train dogs to specifically be business drug detection canines. The use of alcohol and illegal drugs are prohibited in the workplace by the Code of Federal Regulations. The use of drugs amongst employees can cause expensive problems for businesses and industries ranging from absences, injuries, fatalities, low morale, lost productivity, and theft. Drug abuse amongst employees costs employers up to $78 billion as reported by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD).
Employers are required to maintain a drug-free workplace and to minimize intoxication while at work. While there are already many drug screening options for employers to pursue like urine, breath, blood, etc, these are always challenging tests for employers to conduct. Using Royal Dog Academy drug detection canines for searches will limit the intrusiveness that a drug screening imposes on an employee and will work in creating a drug-free workplace. Further, this can also save the employer from wrongly accusing the employee. Because, if the employer wrongly accuses an employee, the latter can consult with lawyers at Salwin Law Group, or their likes and make a case that might put the employer in trouble. Situations like this can be at the best avoided with the help of a drug detection canine. However, Royal Dog Academy is not affiliated with law enforcement or any government agencies and we do not notify them of any findings.
Royal Dog Academy K-9’s are training to detect common drugs and medication, alcoholic substances, and firearms. The canines will sweep the common work areas at your place of business including, but not limited to: the lunchroom, parking lots, office areas, lockers, and desks. Our canines will be able to locate the scent of both large and small quantities of drugs even if they are concealed. Our canines will even be able to detect the scent of drugs that have been moved from the premise. Through our service, we help you create a drug-free and safe workplace by deterring employees from possessing, using, or selling drugs. The Royal Dog Academy will design a program to fit within any business’ needs and budget.
With advances in social media and technology, people are finding it more difficult to raise and maintain children and young adults who are and remain drug-free. This leads to more people needing to be admitted to rehab facilities that could be located in places such as Colorado Springs or New York. Interestingly 60% of teens in rehab programs have used drugs for at least 2 years before their parents found out and the reason why is because they were discreet. There are an endless amount of places for a teen to hide their drugs, and a teen would hide them at a place where they feel most comfortable: at home or near their home. One option is to incorporate screenings on at-risk teens, but this method is intrusive and expensive and could lead to finding nothing. Royal Dog Academy residential canine inspection service is a non-intrusive method that will detect drugs within and near your home.
“You will be able to handle situations as you wish”
Royal Dog Academy residential canine inspection service is both discreet and thorough in inspecting your residence. Royal Dog Academy K-9’s are trained to detect common drugs and medication, alcoholic substances, and firearms. However, Royal Dog Academy is not affiliated with law enforcement or any government agencies and we do not notify them of any findings. We only use passive alert canines and our one objective is the elimination of drugs within your home. We can work with you to schedule a residential inspection to fit your needs. You will determine the area(s) that will be checked during the inspection. In the event that we have an alert, the detection canine will sit to indicate the source of the odor as this will ensure that no furnishings will be damaged during the inspection. The advantage to using the Royal Dog Academy residential inspection service is that the person who is using and/or storing the drugs does not have to undergo any intrusive drug testing or be present during the time of the inspection. While a 12-panel drug screen can tell you exactly what drugs a person may have taken, not everyone will take a test voluntarily which may place you in a difficult legal situation as you try to force someone to undergo a test. A sniffer dog will identify the location of narcotics and then a drug test can be used as extra evidence and against a suspected user. If the inspection does turn up illegal drugs, you will be able to handle the situation in the way you wish.