Arms Explosive Detection search dogs and handlers

Arms Explosive Detection search dogs and handlers

  • Overview

    Vision / description

    Detection through use of specially trained dogs and handlers, of Improvised Explosive Devices,(IED’s), Counter Improvised Explosive Devices (CIED) Vehicle Based Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIED), Arms Cache’s/stores, Route Clearances, Open area clearance’s, Force/Base protection of vehicles and personnel at all United Nations bases throughout the world.

    Project objectives

    To detect all Explosive devices within bases and all operational areas where United Nations and the Local population, (i.e. vallage’s, roads, tracks and surrounding areas).


    All communities within the area under the jurisdiction of the United Nation’s control/protection.

    and any outlying projects/communities.

    Current progress

    3 years IED Detection Afghanistan. (2009 – 2012).
    United Kingdom, IED/Vehicle Detection, Narcotics Detection, Persons Detection, (1984 – 2014).
    3.5 years IED/Vehicle Detection Northern Ireland. (1980-1983).

    Project URL

    Sustainable Development Goals

    16. Peace, justice and strong institutions

    Partnership types of interest

    Provision of services / personnel

    Regions / countries / territories

    Europe: United Kingdom

    Detailed location

    London, Coventry, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, and all other areas of the United Kingdom.

    Issue areas

    Peace; Rule of Law

    Business sectors

    Automobiles & Parts; Industrial Goods & Services; Utilities




    Existing partners


    Stakeholders consulted

    No stakeholders currently consulted

    Preferred partner organisation(s)

    NGO Global; NGO Local

    Type of support needed


    Collective Action
    • This initiative is seeking additional partners.
    • This initiative respects all dimensions of sustainable development.