State Farm's Arson Dog Program trains and funds accelerant-detection dogs to sniff out fraud

Chordas, Lori
November 2011
Best's Review;Nov2011, Vol. 112 Issue 7, p104
Trade Publication
The article reports on the state farm's Arson Dog Program that trains and funds accelerant-detection dogs in an effort to sniff out fraud. It mentions the program is a source of all U.S. Fires. Further it mentions the dog program trains dogs in order to help investigators pinpoint the location of accelerant residue including kerosene, gasoline, and lighter fluid.


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