What happens if you get lost?

Wednesday, November 27, 2019
After Easton Long was found, during the presentation by police Chief Dana Kammerlohr and her canine tracker Kiya at Cassville school on Friday, Kammerlohr answered questions from kindergarteners about the tracking process. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com

After Easton Long was found, during the presentation by police Chief Dana Kammerlohr and her canine tracker Kiya at Cassville school on Friday, Kammerlohr answered questions from kindergarteners about the tracking process.

Dana Kammerlohr, Cassville police chief attended a kindergarten class on Friday, with canine tracker Kiya, to teach children how to keep safe if they are missing and what the process is to find them. Hugging a tree not only keeps the child in one place while searchers look for them, but if they did get moved, it allows a tracking canine to pick up the scent left on the tree. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
Where is Easton? Police Chief, Dana Kammerlohr and her canine tracker, Kiya, took to the school on Friday and presented a lesson to a kindergarten class on what happens when someone goes missing. Kammerlohr walked Kiya around as they look for a “missing” kindergartener. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
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