Illinois, State’s Attorney Glasgow purchased CACHE, a lanky, 75-pound Black Labrador specially trained to detect hidden electronic devices. Cache serves in the High Technology Crimes Unit created by the State’s Attorney in 2012 to track down and prosecute those who produce, distribute and/or download child pornography on the Internet. Cache is trained to detect a proprietary chemical used in SD cards, thumb drives, or other electronic devices that can store digital content. The costs of Cache, as well as his training and dog supplies, are paid for through funds seized from criminal activities. Megan Brooks, Chief Investigator High Tech Crime Unit, is Cache’s handler and maintains a continuing, highly involved training regimen to keep Cache’s skills sharp and maintain his willingness to work.