There will be more search dogs helping Baldwin County Sheriff’s Deputies to root out crime. The Department announced today, it has hired three new teams, bringing the total number of K9 units to six.

Three of the handlers are new to the unit including, Deputy Stephanie Lewis. Deputy Lewis is the first female K9 handler with the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office. Read More

The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office had some extra treats for an important member of the department Thursday.

K9 Gunny’s sniffing expertise was put to the test Thursday on Interstate-65 northwest of Indianapolis. A sheriff’s deputy pulled a vehicle over for a traffic infraction and became suspicious. Read More

Alex Ross Photo Officer Ashley Wood of the Roswell Police Department stands with Auda, one of two dogs who make up the RPD’s K-9 program that was launched in late April.

With one wet nose and four legs each, two of the Roswell Police Department’s most recent recruits stand out from their colleagues on the force. Read More

Funds are being raised for a memorial for heroic members of the Scottish emergency service – our police dogs.

From finding missing people and criminals to sniffing out drugs, cash, firearms and explosives, the canines play a valuable role for the force.

Police dog handler PC Carrie-Ann McNab started a fundraiser to ensure the Scottish police dogs of the past, present and future receive a well-deserved tribute.  Read More

Twenty pounds of drugs were taken off Tulare County’s streets after a sheriff’s deputy made a traffic stop near Tulare.

On Thursday, Tulare County deputy Javier Montoya and his K9 partner, Tex, made a traffic stop while patrolling on Highway 99, just south of Cartmill Avenue in Tulare.

The deputy said he made the stop because of a “traffic violation.” With help from Tex, Montoya and his partner discovered 20 pounds of methamphetamine inside the vehicle. Read More

When healthcare workers at a COVID-19 testing site were having a rough day, Marley, a special member of the Chester County Sheriff’s Office (PA) lent a paw.

When Sheriff Fredda L. Maddox learned that personnel at the Chester County Public Safety Center were tired and experiencing stress, she suggested that a visit from comfort canine Marley might be just the remedy. So on May 27, 2020, comfort canine Marley and his handler/partner Sergeant Janis Pickell visited staff. The result was win-win. According to Sergeant Pickell, the staff experienced relief and Marley received plenty of love and hugs in return.

Marley is the Chester County Sheriff’s Office Courthouse Comfort Canine. He is handled by Sergeant Janice Pickell.

Newly elected Chester County PA Sheriff Fredda Maddox gives thumbs up to two of her K9 teams on receiving their new bullet proof vests. K9 Maddie sits with her handler Deputy Chris Klein on the left and K9 Cairo on the right with his handler Deputy Bill Rosenbaum.  These two vests were given by Elizabeth Gilmore, a long time benefactor for the Chester County Sheriff’s Canine Unit. Sheriff Maddox stated “that especially during these challenging times protective gear for our team is more important than ever, so we are grateful for the vests for Maddie and Cairo,”.

The Pelham Police Department has added a new member to its ranks.

His name is Thunder, and he and his handler, Officer Lee Tibbetts, make up the PPD K-9 Unit’s newest team.

Tibbetts said he and his four-legged partner – a full-bred Labrador retriever – have been working together for two months. Read More