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CrimeGreenville has only Electronic Detection K-9 in South Carolina

00:45  12 september  2019
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Places Greenville , South Carolina Queue Electronic Detection K 9 . Law Enforcement partners, Sergeant Rainey, and Electronic Detection K 9 Queue are dedicated to locating Hidden Electronic Devices that criminals hide during searches.

I'm "Queue" South Carolina 's First Electronic Detection K 9 . I will work with the Greenville County Sheriff's Defenders For Children wanted the best doctors for South Carolina 's, First Electronic Detection K 9 . We are excited that we had found them.

Gearing up to sniff out suspicious stuff is just another day on the job for Queue, Greenville County sheriff's electronic detection K-9.

Greenville has only Electronic Detection K-9 in South Carolina© Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. Non-profit working to bring in more specially-trained dogs to help combat child sex crimes

"We've been as far down as Columbia. We've helped our local agencies here as far as Spartanburg, Anderson. We've been out on a couple of federal search warrants, as well," said Sgt. Michael Rainey, Queue's human partner at the Greenville County Sheriff's Office.

The 2-year-old black Lab is able to smell a chemical inside devices like flash drives and cellphone memory chips used as evidence in child pornography and sex trafficking cases.

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City of Greenville , South Carolina . In order to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the Greenville Police Department, the Canine ( K - 9 ) Services Unit provides highly trained canine team(s) to protect persons and property in Greenville , and increase the safety of Officers confronting any

GREENVILLE , SC (FOX Carolina ) - A nonprofit dedicated to fighting Internet crimes against children helped the Greenville County Sheriff's Office get a new K - 9 with a nose for electronic evidence. Meet Queue the Electronic Detection K - 9 .

"With Queue, we're able to find the videos and the pictures off of these devices that we're not able to find, we're not able to locate 'cause they're trying to hide it from us. She's able to detect and find those for us," Rainey said.

Queue started in November 2018 and is the only electronic detection K-9 in the state.

Organizers who helped bring her to Greenville want to make sure more specially trained dogs come to areas in South Carolina that most need their help investigating child pornography and human sex trafficking cases.

"To place one K-9 in a law enforcement agency, the Defenders for Children has to raise $23,000. Now that $23,000 is nothing compared to the price of a child being abused," said Toni Clark, CEO and founder at Defenders for Children, a nonprofit looking to raise awareness -- and money – for more special K-9s like Queue.

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Places Greenville , South Carolina Community organisationCharitable organisation Queue Electronic Detection K 9 . Thank you Greenville Journal. You not only wrote about the accomplishment that Defenders for Children and the many caring supporters.

Greenville has been described as Athens, Georgia for adults. It is the county seat of and largest city in Greenville County, South Carolina , United States. Greenville is also the center of the largest metropolitan area of South Carolina .

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