WATCH: Port Canaveral Hosts Law Enforcement K-9 Training Exercises at Cruise Terminal 10

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North American Police Work Dog Association's 2019 Florida State Workshop

ABOVE VIDEO: Bomb-sniffing dog Samson, a Malinois-shepherd mix with the University of Central Florida Police Department, searches luggage for explosives components during statewide training Monday at the Port’s Cruise Terminal 10.

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – Police Departments from as far away as the University of Miami brought their K-9s for the training exercise, which was part of the North American Police Work Dog Association’s 2019 Florida State Workshop through Friday, Dec. 13, in Titusville.

The dogs were rewarded with a favorite plaything when they found explosives hidden in luggage.

The complete workshop included Obedience, Building Search, Area Search, Aggression Control, Tracking, Trailing, Article Search, Tactical Deployments, Narcotics, Cadaver and Explosive Detection.

The North American Police Work Dog Association’s 2019 Florida State Workshop was hosted by the Titusville Police Department.

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