Education & Training


Hot Topics - Canine Sniffs & Scent Detection

Michael S. Macias, Ross J. Harper & Kenneth G. Furton, A Comparison of Real vs. Pseudo Contraband for Reliable Detector Dog Training, AAFS 58TH ANNUAL MEETING, Feb. 20-25, 2006, Located at: American Academy of Forensic Science (AAFS)

Robert A. Middleberg, A Dog, a Lawyer, and a Toxicologist - Proving the Need for Pre-Trial Conferences, AAFS 58TH ANNUAL MEETING, Feb. 20-25, 2006, Located at: American Academy of Forensic Science (AAFS)

Richard E. Myers II, In the Wake of Caballes, Should We Let Sniffing Dogs Lie?, 20 CRIM. JUST. 4 (Winter 2006), Located at: American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section

The Supreme Court, 2004 Term: Leading Cases: Fourth Amendment Canine Sniff - Illinois v. Caballes, 119 HARV. L. REV. 179 (Nov. 2005), Located at: Harvard Law Review

Harold Kennedy, Sensing Technology Has Yet to Beat a Dog’s Nose, NATIONAL DEFENSE MAGAZINE, Nov. 2005, Located at: National Defense Magazine

Dog Sniff Violates State Constitution, LAWYERS WEEKLY USA, July 4, 2005, at 10, Located at: Lawyers Weekly USA

Milton Hirsch & David Oscar Markus, Drugs, Dogs and Cars: Oh My!: Fourth Amendment Forum, THE CHAMPION, June 2005, at 48, Located at: National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)

Reid C. Pixler, Recent Developments in Dog Sniff Cases, 17 ASSET FORFEITURE NEWS 1, May/June 2005, Located at: Department of Justice, Criminal Division.

Ross J. Harper, Jose R. Almirall & Kenneth G. Furton, Discrimination of Smokeless Powders by Headspace SPME-GC-MS and SPME-GC-ECD, and the Potential Implications Upon Training Canine Detection of Explosives, 5778 PROC. SPIE 638 (May 2005), Located at: The International Society for Optical Engineering

Allison M. Curran, Paola A. Prada, Adee A. Schoon, Jose R. Almirall & Kenneth G. Furton, Human Scent as a Biometric Measurement, 5779 PROC. SPIE 398 (Mar. 2005), Located at: The International Society for Optical Engineering

G.A.A. Schoon, The Effect of the Ageing of Crime Scene Objects on the Results of Scent Identification Line-ups Using Trained Dogs, 147 FORENSIC SCI. INT’L 43 (Jan. 2005), Located at: Elsevier Article Locator

Rex A. Stockham, Dennis L. Slavin & William Kift, Survivability of Human Scent, FORENSIC SCI. COMM., Vol. 4, Iss. 4 (Oct. 2004), Located at: Forensic Science Communications

Rex A. Stockham, Dennis L. Slavin & William Kift, Specialized Use of Human Scent in Criminal Investigations, FORENSIC SCI. COMM., Vol. 6, July 2004, Located at: Forensic Science Communications

Mark Derr, With Training, A Dog’s Nose Almost Always Knows, NEW YORK TIMES, May 29, 2001, at F4, Located at: The New York Times

G.A.A. Schoon & J.C. De Bruin, The Ability of Dogs to Recognize and Cross-Match Human Odours, 69 FORENSIC SCI. INT’L 111 (Dec. 1994), Elsevier Article Locator