With increasing levels of drug trafficking and drugs misuse, our passive dog search teams provide active detection and high profile interaction.

Our search teams are deployed to a wide variety of establishments, raising the security profile whilst reducing and detecting drug misuse and trafficking. Stop and search measures are conducted upon active indicators from our detection dogs. Our search officers are equipped with Body Worn Video Cameras for audit purposes and future investigations. With specific intelligence and our client’s requests, we formulate a site regime to incorporate all communal areas of our deployment. This may include pre-entry search criteria for venues, licensed premises, employees in the workplace. We work on a pre-planned basis, providing the element of surprise in each and every deployment.

Drug detection dog deployed at an outdoor music festival

Controlled Drugs Detection:
• Amphetamines
• Cannabis
• Cocaine
• Ecstasy (MDMA)
• Heroin
• Ketamine

Detailed reports are supplied following all search deployments.

Our Substance Detection Dogs service is fully compliant with the requirements of BS 8517-1:2016 Security Dogs – Code of Practice for the use of security dogs and the Guard Dogs Act 1975.

Our detection dogs can be used as a frequent deterrent to a variety of premises. Including workplaces, accommodation blocks, schools, nightclubs, hotel and public houses. For many, illegal drugs are something that would never happen within your environment; it is time to wake up and face your legal and social responsibilities.

timegate-logoRight Guard Security utilises the Timegate Workforce Management System to capture patrol data and onsite verification.

Right Guard Security provides a vast range of services to improve your safety, wellbeing and peace of mind.


Right Guard Security is an ACS approved contractor and an associate company member of the National Association of Security Dog Users (NASDU).

On-going training and continued professional development are provided by our sister company Mission Training.

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