Police dogs in Liverpool


May 2, 1914
The use of police dogs in Liverpool district is commented on by Lieutenant Colonel J.H. Eden in his report on the police forces of the Northern District. The inspector points out that Airedale terriers have for some time been used by the police in outlaying parts of Liverpool, and have proved to be a success.
Concluding his report, the Inspector refers to the Royal tour through Lancashire and the Borough, including the special visit to Liverpool and Manchester last July.
The police arrangements, he says, were excellently made and carried out, and the King was graciously pleased to express his great satisfaction and approval of the work so successfully undertaken by the police on those occasions.
(Liverpool Echo: May 2, 1914)

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