9217 NW Expressway, Oklahoma City, OK 73099
844-DrugDog (844-378-4364) - 405-532-3993
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"A Confidential, Discreet, and Effective Process"
We serve the following Oklahoma locations:
Oklahoma City, Edmond, Norman, Yukon, Piedmont, El Reno, Mustang, Del City, Midwest City, Moore, Nichols Hills, The Village, Guthrie, Kingfisher, Tulsa, Newcastle, Broken Arrow, Stillwater, Woodward, Weatherford, Lawton, Ardmore, McAlester, Henryetta, Okmulgee, Choctaw, Chandler, Noble, Purcell, Blanchard, Chickasha.
Oklahoma School Drug Searches
Our School detection services are designed to keep our school kids safe from alcohol, drugs, weapons, and explosives.
Our Detector canines are able to successfully search the following items:
- Street and exotic drug search and detection
- K2, Bath salt search and detection
- Prescription drug search and detection
- Guns and explosives search and detection
- Alcohol search and detection
We are also able to search for any other type of narcotics, contraband, prescription pill, or paraphernalia, providing a request is made from the school administration, and we are given proper time to train our dogs to detect it.
To properly protect your student from drugs, you must clean their environment and provide quality drug education, in both the classroom and at home. We are able to help you with both, by ensuring your students' surroundings are clean of drugs (sniffing hallways, lockers, social areas, locker rooms, gyms, parking lots, and dorms), and by providing solid drug education for staff and students alike. We truly believe that an informed community, is a prepared community. Canine sniffer dogs are a sound solution, as well as an effective deterrent for schools, companies and residences alike.
Guns & Drug Detection in Schools
A very real area of concern to school administrators, teachers, and parents is the possibility of guns or explosives on campus. This has become an unfortunate deadly trend with the many recent school assaults by unstable students or intruders. Our canines perform weapons sweeps and detect guns, ammunition, black powder, and popular explosives.
Another concern is the presence and use of alcohol by students. There is no reason for alcohol to be found on campus. Our detection services search, locate, and identify alcohol found on school property. Similar to the above searches, we will sniff hallways, lockers, social areas, locker rooms, gyms, parking lots, and dorms.
The Fifth Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals upheld that when dogs sniff or search students' lockers in public school hallways and automobiles parked in public school parking lots, it does not constitute a search within the meaning of the fourth amendment. Therefore, IT IS constitutional to search these areas.
Some schools may qualify for Federal Grant funding to ensure the safety of their students. There are other Federal resources available to impacted schools. It is important that you seek this information out, as in some cases it may save the district precious financial resources.
Contact us to schedule a confidential discussion with one of our representatives, and to properly design a school search program that is suitable to your needs.
K9 University is a drug detection service company in Oklahoma offering drug sniffing dogs for the detection of illegal substances in schools, homes and drug dogs in the workplace to ensure a drug-free work environment. We also offer carrion detection services for wildlife conservation, as well as information on drug abuse statistics and the latest drug news in Oklahoma.
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"over 50% of teens in drug treatment programs say they had used drugs for at least two years before their parents knew…"
"according to the 2009 MTF survey, past-year nonmedical use of Vicodin and Oxycontin increased during the past 5 years among 10th grade students"
"Percent of persons 12 years of age and over with any illicit drug use in the past month: 8.0% (2007)"
"40 percent of those who started drinking at age 13 or younger developed alcohol dependence later in life. Ten percent of teens who began drinking after the age of 17 developed dependence"
"More than 60 percent of teens said that drugs were sold, used, or kept at their school"
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