The general commissioner of the Federal Police, Manelich Castilla, led the retirement ceremony worthy of 14 canine elements that rendered their services for more than 11 years, and that participated in drug seizures, detection of paper money, synthetic drugs, human remains and explosive substances.
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The ceremony was held in the Command Center of the Federal Police where it was reported that the dogs can now be given retirement and adoption will be given to families to give them a decent life and retirement.
Cublay, specialist in search and location of people; Mam, who has a specialty in narcotics and paper money tracing; Oxford and Max, explosives specialists; Evelia, who participated in the rescues in Oaxaca and CDMX; Valian, Bertha, Celta, Ilar, Bron, Chuck, Egón, Kim and Yogi, Labradors, Belgian Shepherd and German Shepherd that are used in this type of work all retired.
In the event, the head of the Federal Forces Division, General Commissioner Carlos Alfonso Tornero Salinas, gave a farewell message to the canine binomials that retired, in which he highlighted their work and thanked their loyalty to the country with a: “Thank you for making Mexico a great country.”
“Today we say goodbye to our puppies, we say goodbye to the representation that is one of the main values that exalt this institution.” We said goodbye to our canine officers, who fully and without reproach fulfilled their mission in this police federally and mainly with our country,” he said.
Gracias @FedCanofilaMex por donación de un ejemplar xoloitzcuintle, primer elemento de esta raza en incorporarse a las filas de la Unidad Canina de @PoliciaFedMx, institución que refrenda su firme compromiso de proteger la vida en todas sus manifestaciones #OficialesCaninosPF pic.twitter.com/2ABFwk1UdF
— Manelich Castilla (@ManelichCC) November 23, 2017