MoU paves the way for APM to use sniffer dogs in SAR Ops
2 months ago
KAJANG: Collaboration has finally been established between the Civil Defence Force (APM) and the SAR Dogs association to jointly conduct Search And Rescue (SAR) operations using the services of specially trained detection dogs.
APM chief Commissioner Aminurrahim Mohamed said the agency currently does not have animals assigned for its SAR efforts, but with the official involvement of SAR Dogs, rescue operations to save victims will be bolstered.
"This collaboration with SAR Dogs has been long established since 2019 but it was not in black-and-white. Today, the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has officially been signed. Furthermore, it will save the cost of handling trained dogs, while it also grants clearance for the involvement of the public in SAR operations.
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