Milla wins Police medal after 27 years, DGP honours her
Thiruvananthapuram: When the State Police Chief Loknath Behera arrived to honour the silver medalist in the All India Police Duty Meet, Milla stood in attention and received the commendation certificate from him. Milla belongs to the Kerala Police dog squad in Kochi City.
Milla lost the gold medal in the trade of tracker in All India Police Duty Meet held in Chennai with a slight difference of points. In the meet, 35 dogs from different police dog squads participated. However, Milla could win a medal on behalf of Kerala in dog squad category after 27 years. Skills like tracking, obedience, seek or find, scent discrimination and identification, retrieve over hurdles and refusal of foods are evaluated in the trade. Milla scored full marks in the skills, except for one.
Senior Civil Police Officer Mohan Kumar and Civil Police Officer Viju Nair E. R. are Milla’s trainers. The trainers also were provided with a commendation certificate from DGP Loknath Behera. Vineesh V. R. from Kannur Pariyaram police station has bagged a silver medal in scientific investigation category for lifting and packing trade in the Meet. The State Police Chief have declared a cash award in addition to commendation certificate for the winners.