The Arlington County Sheriff’s Office canine, Logan, is now certified in cell phone and flash (USB & hard) drive detection after 48 hours of specialized training. He is now one of three dogs in Virginia that are certified in electronic detection.
Logan was originally a rescue dog that was donated to the Arlington County Sheriffs Office by the Maryland Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services. He was then paired with his partner Corporal Matthew Camardi and went through a certified drug detection training program of 320 hours in April 2020. Logan and Corporal Camardi train three full days a month to maintain their certifications.
Logan enjoys lounging in a kiddie pool full of water in Carmardi’s family’s back yard in his leisure time.