K-9


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AcronymDefinition
K-9Canine (Dog)
K-9Canine Unit (of a police department)
K-9Military Working Dog Program
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In most cases, law enforcement agencies do not have the budget to purchase K-9 protective vests because they cost $1,050 each.
The kit included a K-9 Kondo door and a plastic platform base to hold the 55-gallon barrel in a stable ground-mounted position.
Dual Purpose Narcotic Detector, Selection Tested, Untitled K-9.
Soon after his arrival, Buzzy and his partner, Officer Chad Chysna, attended the Boston Police Department K-9 Academy for patrol, and then the Worcester Police K-9 Academy for narcotics training.
The K-9 Stay Away insures that pet stay away from all restricted areas of a home.
The department will continue to import dogs from Europe, which supplies most of the K-9 units in the U.
But this souped-up version will star in its live action series, K-9 Adventures, on kids' channel Jetix Europe later this year.
McCarthy is one of the foremost experts on K-9 security in the United States.
The K-9 Unit was established in 1981 with only one correctional officer dog handler in the Hagerstown complex.
provide intelligence, help with a raid), 83 K-9 actions, and 638 complaint reports.
NEW YORK -- The K-9 Unit of New York's Finest will soon be fully prepared to provide vital immediate first aid care for their four-legged partners in case of an on-the-job injury or accident.
14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Atlanta Police Department's K-9 unit will now be protected in the line of duty thanks to the support of PetArmor[sup.