Thursday fun! Stay safe out there...:-)
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Thursday fun! Stay safe out there...:-)
Pop up sale at dispatch! Sgt Wolverton and K9 Yoll representing our squad...🙂. ( handler Millard doing photo duty)
We love this! Let’s hear it for all the hard working Labradors out there...:-)
This police officer and his K9 have one of the best relationships! 👮♂️🐕
“Long in the tooth...hot on the trail!” Team Yoll and Northeast Patrol officers located a wayward auto theft suspect in a tangle of thorny vines and dense brush this morning. At 9 1/2 years old, K9 Yoll is the senior dog in our squad. It’s puppachino time...:-)
Happy Birthday to K9 Bandit! Big thanks to Carmen’s Confectionery for the dog-safe cake. We’re talking about bacon-mashed potato frosting with a peanut butter glaze, y’all....yummy! K9 Bandit is 9 years young, still helping bad guys outta hiding places, too.
It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that the Dallas Police Department announces the passing of retired K9 Officer Mirko, #108.
It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that the Dallas Police Department announces the passing of retired K9 Officer Mirko, #108. K9 Mirko retired in May of 2020 due to an incurable illness. To…
Team Yoll ready to do the 2020 National Police K9 Day Fallen K9 Memorial Run; a virtual event! (Hosted by K9s United)
The Dallas Police Department will conduct a No Refusal DWI Initiative during the Labor Day holiday.
The Dallas Police Department will conduct a No Refusal DWI Initiative during the Labor Day holiday beginning at 6:00 P.M., Friday, August 21, 2020, and ending at 6:00 A.M, Monday, September 7, 2020…
Sharing is caring...except for the Jolly Ball, that is! Team Cash would like to thank Luke at Operation Happy Pups for the fun toy! Luke raised money with a lemonade stand to buy this thoughtful horsey gift. Salute!
“Saddle Box?” “I smell treats!” A Texas-size “thank you” to Vicky Neumann. Cash was all about the edible contents...:-)
“A father is neither an anchor to hold us back, nor a sail to take us there, but a guiding light whose love shows us the way." Author Unknown
Happy Father’s Day from the Dallas Police Department!
Cash is healing nicely. We would like to thank everyone for their concern and get well wishes!
Yesterday was a great day for training
This is awesome! Get your sports fix right here...:-)
BBC Sport commentator Andrew Cotter is in lockdown and he's bored, so he's made up a new sport to commentate on - and it is fantastic. 😂
video: @MrAndrewCotter on Twitter
Hooray for hand sanitizer! Stay safe, y’all...:-)
Times have changed.
Teamwork! Another happy ending thanks to K9 Hannah and Camden County first responders. Give that hound a steak...:-). Thanks to Working Dog Radio and Georgia Police K9 Foundation for the great story!
Good story from our friends and WDR supporter Georgia Police K9 Foundation. Check it out below and make sure you go and check out and follow @georgiapolicek9foundation, they are doing AMAZING WORK!
Who is ready for a story that ends good? Yesterday Camden County Bloodhound K9 Hannah was called out to find an elderly person who had gotten lost on Jekyll Island. Sgt. The terrain was very unforgiving, with swamp, thick brush and bamboo but K-9 Hannah led the way and found a trail that led out to the marsh. With the tide coming in K-9 Hannah and the Bloodhound Team could not go any further. But K-9 Hannah had given the other first responders a clue where to look. After 8 hours missing in 90 degree heat the elderly male was found using a DNR boat and helicopter. The elderly male was turned over to JIFD and brought to the hospital with his family, where it seems he will make a full recovery. Thank you to GSP, DNR, JIFD, Sgt. Thames and we are very thankful for the nose of K-9 Hannah. Excellent Teamwork! #goodmorning #feelinggood #tracking #bloodhounds #k9leadstheway #sheriff #dog #dogsofinstagram #storyofthestreet #gpk9f #georgia #ga
Good morning, Dallas! We think K9 Zeke has the perfect Saturday sleep in technique...:-). Stay home, stay safe...we’re in this together. (Ok, 6 feet apart)
K9 Zeke is embracing the stay at home rule. Nobody has told him yet that he’s essential!
Reunited! Another happy ending facilitated by Mission K9 Rescue...:-)
Meet Janett. She's a 10-year-old, German Shepard who has officially ended her tour with the 227th & 8th Military Police Detachments, 91st MP BN, 16th MP BDE. Janett served as a Patrol Explosive Detector Dog with her career spanning multiple deployments, saving the lives of many Soldiers and civilians. Michael Arnold, Janett's former handler, was able to adopt her through Mission K9 Rescue, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to reunite handlers with their working dogs once they are eligible for retirement. We wish Janett a happy retirement!
Look at those snappers! K9 Lance catching treats...greatness.
We thought you might need a break from all of the COVID-19 news.
K9 Lance took a break from catching bad guys to take some photo's catching treats.
We hope you enjoy the results!
Outstanding work! Great save by Cpl Baccaglini and K9 Billy...:-).
K9 Billy and his partner Cpl Baccaglini saved a life yesterday.
In the early morning hours of Wednesday March 25, 2020 the Shelburne Police Department requested the Burlington Police Department’s Canine Unit to assist in locating a missing elderly male with dementia. The man, 79, had left his residence without shoes or a jacket as the temperature hovered at 22 degrees. Shelburne Officers attempted to follow the tracks the male left in the snow but they had run out before he was located.
Canine Officer Geno Baccaglini and Canine Billy arrived on scene shortly thereafter. Using a scent article provided by the missing man's wife, Canine Billy began to track. About half a mile later Canine Billy located the man hidden in the brush 15 feet down an embankment next to a stream. The man was semiconscious and in the early stages of hypothermia. He was transported to the hospital for evaluation of hypothermia and frostbite.
In the midst of this global crisis, smaller crises still occur, and they're no less important to the folks who experience them. The men and women—and dogs!—of the Burlington Police Department are on the road every day, proving why we call them essential services. We're here for all our neighbors, and we'll all get through this together.
Yesterday was National Puppy Day! Check out “Huckleberry” AKA “Huck” in action. A super way to spend time at home...:-). Stay safe, y’all.
It’s national puppy day so a video of Huckleberry “Huck” working on the bowl and building a little distance. @samael_kennels #poweredbyinukshuk
What’s a Malinois to do, when she’s stuck at home all day? Straight outta the Netherlands, looks like “Makecha’s Pepper” has some ‘splaining to do. That’s no cone of shame, it’s a trash can lid! Thanks to Emily Houk for the pawsome photo. How are you and your critters handling more time at home? Stay strong, everyone!
Let’s hear it for the boy! K9 Rony caught a “footloose” car thief. The suspect wrecked a stolen car, then ran into a nearby apartment complex....carrying a backpack. Our suspect found what he thought was a nifty hiding place in the bushes, until Rony popped in. The suspect’s backpack contained 25.5 grams of marijuana, 4.6 grams of cocaine, 34.1 grams of Methamphetamine, and 10.4 grams of hydrocodone. Solid work, Team Rony...🙂.
Rest In Peace, K9 Axel. Run free. Truly, his life was one of exemplary courage and service.
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K9 Axel (MPC Axel)
Handler: Ofc Matthew L Hickey
The Lawrence Police Department is mourning the loss of one of their own. K9 Axel unexpectedly passed away early this morning. His family was by his side when he crossed the rainbow bridge.
K9 Axel, formerly MWD Axel, served in the United States Army prior to working with LPD. Axel served for three years in Afghanistan and did multiple combat deployments. Axel found multiple explosive devices in Afghanistan, saving countless lives.
In 2015, Axel was retired from the US Army and found a new home with the Lawrence Indiana Police Department. You may have seen him on Live PD or at one of the countless community events he took part in. K9 Axel served his community proudly for five years, retiring in January 2020.
Axel is a true hero. He served our nation both at home and abroad. He embodies what a life of service truly is. Rest easy Axel. We will #NeverForget you.
What’s this? Look who came by to see Yoll...He heard it was Career Day! This cutie had tags, so we were able to escort this short stack home...:-)
Career Day at Dobie Pre-K school! K9 Yoll is having an awesome day...:-)
Wow! What a comeback! Great work, Team Indy...:-)
DPD Mounted, K9 and helicopter all together at Fair Park! What a beautiful day...:-)
In celebration of Black History Month, the Dallas Police Department would like to honor our very own Senior Corporal Ursula Lamb
In celebration of Black History Month, the Dallas Police Department would like to honor our very own Senior Corporal Ursula Lamb. She is the longest serving Black female officer in our Motorcycle Unit.
K9 Rambo was set to be recognized along with other first responders during the half time show at the First Responder Bowl here in Dallas. Due to his assignment he was not able to take part. Event organizers made sure to send him something along with other canines in their honor. K9 Rambo and his handler couldn't be more thankful.
Who can relate? 🙂
Some recent photos taken by our great motor officers in the Traffic Unit.
Love this! Won’t you be his Valentine?
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