Canine Officers and 21st Century Policing
Lt. Paul Vance....................... ...
Lieutenant Paul Vance from the Connecticut State Police drops in to talk with Marcie and Whistle about the incredible ways canines are assisting officers with 21st Century Policing. Lt. Vance explains how these highly trained canines perform a myriad of tasks to help officers identify and investigate bombs, arson, narcotics and missing persons. Also, he explains that canines are helping officers in child pornography cases with electronic evidence detection. These dogs are nothing short of miraculous and awe-inspiring!
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I have served in many areas of law enforcement during my almost 40 year career with the Connecticut State Police. Graduated form State Police Academy July 29 1974 promoted trooper First Class, promoted to Sergeant 1998, Promoted to Master Sergeant July 2006, Promoted to Lieutenant Oct
2006. Served on tact team, K-9 team, Resident Trooper, Patrol Trooper and Patrol Sgt, Academy Instructor, Major Crime Detective, and media relations director.
I continue to explore and implement changes to improve the operations of the PIO office for the department and to expand my knowledge for taking on future endeavors.
My areas of responsibility within the department also include continuation to expand the services as I serve as the Clearinghouse manager for Connecticut's Missing Person Unit.