New York's Long Island K-9 Service Maintains Security with Canine Teams Trained for Liquid Explosives

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NEW YORK, NY - Aug. 18 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Officer James Greco, a law enforcement officer and founder of Long Island K-9 Service (, is reaching out to many major airlines and providing law enforcement explosive detection canine teams to all airlines to detect the new 'Liquid Explosives' that were utilized by terrorists in their recent attempt to blow up airplanes while in flight.

Long Island K-9 ServiceLong Island K-9 Service is a unique company whose primary vocation is to train and utilize canines to detect explosives and narcotics for law enforcement and their utilization for the private industry. Officer Greco has thirty two years of experience in canine training and seventeen years in law enforcement. He has embraced a great opportunity with the help of his highly intelligent canines. Officer Greco and his law enforcement staff provide high security in the field of Explosive and Narcotic Detection K-9 Teams.

*(Photo Caption: Long Island K-9 and staff providing a K-9 explosives sweep for former mayor of New York City, Mayor R. Giuliani.)

Long Island K-9 Service is the largest K-9 Training Facility on Long Island, New York. "We have a state of the art training facility located on two and one half acres in Manorville, for the intense training of canines and handlers in the field of explosives/narcotics detection and personal protection," says Greco. "We have sparked interest and have been visited in the past by Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), major airlines, Fortune 500 companies, Private Security Companies, interviewed by Good Morning America, Japanese Television, Inside Edition, New York News Channel 4, The New York Times and 880 CBS News Radio.

"We have provided Explosive Detection Canine Teams for Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection, United States Federal Government Police, the American Heart Association Event Honoring Mayor Giuliani, Congressman and Homeland Security Chairman Peter King, the 2004 Republican Convention and many celebrities," continued Greco.

This fast-growing company holds licenses from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to possess narcotics and the State of New York to possess high explosives for the training of detection canines. They are members of the United States Police Canine Association (USPCA), and the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators.

To view Long Island K-9's segment on Good Morning America regarding the most recent terrorist bomb plot, please click the link found here:
Title: "The Anatomy of the Terrorist Bomb Plot"

For further information, call Long Island K-9 Service at 631.878.5349, E-mail info @, or visit our website at

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