Who's a good girl? Who's a good girl?
You are, Quinn!
Because you're Nebraska's first K-9 officer trained specifically to fight cybercrime.
The two-year-old black Labrador just joined the Bellevue Police Department.
How, do you ask, does a sniffer dog detect digital items and electronics that could contain important evidence?
Infosecurity Magazine covered Quinn's crime-fighting abilities:
Unlike most sniffer dogs, who are taught to detect drugs, Officer Quinn has been specially trained to sniff out a particular chemical used in electronic devices like SIM cards, cell phones, and micro SD cards.
"Her sole purpose is electronics detection," said Quinn's partner, cybercrimes detective Roy Howell.
"We've had a couple of cases where I believe we as law enforcement officers may have missed something. A dog who can pick up an odor would be able to say 'hey, there's something here. You need to look here.'"