Are Police Dogs Really Effective in Subduing Suspects?

Print More

The proliferation of smart phones and body cameras may make it easier for Los Angeles lawyer Donald Cook to win lawsuits over police dog bites, NPR reports. Cook has mainly lost so far, which he blames on "The Rin Tin Tin Effect." Juries think of police dogs as noble, and have trouble visualizing how violent they can be during . . .

Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!