China News Service, Harbin, September 14 (Li Shuming, Guo Ce, reporter Jiang Hui) On the 14th, the first police dog combat competition of the National Immigration Management Agency kicked off at the Harbin Police Dog Training Base of Heilongjiang Border Inspection Station.

27 police dogs from 9 teams from Yunnan, Gansu, Liaoning, Jilin, Heilongjiang and other provinces as well as Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Tibet Autonomous Region, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region began a two-day fierce competition.

  The Harbin Police Dog Training Base, established in 1980, is more than 20 kilometers away from the Bingcheng Harbin city and covers an area of ​​about 250,000 square meters. It is currently the largest police dog training base in China.

Police dogs searched for "drugs" on the playing field.

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  The police dog actual combat competition consists of four subjects including investigation of explosives in specific areas, drug investigation at border checkpoints, border patrol and alertness, and obedience ability assessment, covering many aspects of police dog technical work.

  "Yuanle, go!" With an order from the instructor, the police dog "Yuanle" from the Xinjiang immigration border inspection station immediately entered the field and started the competition. After overcoming various interferences, it quickly found "drugs in the car" ".

Fu Yaochun, the commander of the Xinjiang Entry-Exit Border Inspection Headquarters representative team and the second-level sergeant of the Tacheng Border Management Detachment Awusiqi Border Police Station, who has 29 years of dog training experience, said: "No matter what the result is, we must have the confidence and courage to win the championship. Strive for good results."

The police dog is in the game.

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  From the roof of the world over 5,000 kilometers to Harbin for the race, policeman Ye Gaosheng from the Baantong Border Police Station of the Linzhi Border Management Detachment of the Tibet Entry-Exit Border Inspection Station told reporters that after arriving at the competition venue, they have been carrying their dogs for adaptive training and doing their best to deal with the police dogs. "Drunk oxygen" problem.

"We want to bring back more advanced police dog technology."

  According to the relevant person in charge of the Harbin Police Dog Training Base, the competition subjects closely follow the actual control of border ports and aim to explore the mode of service dogs that use police dogs to effectively control suspects. Through the use of police dog technology and border inspection personnel, equipment and intelligence Information and other technical means are fully combined and used to improve the endurance of searching police dogs and fully improve the practical application level of police dogs participating in various tasks.