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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Our BIA-OJS Officers continue to stand vigilant and ready to respond to any drug trafficking operations moving through Indian Country and I am proud of Officer Nick Jackson and K-9 Kofis for their continued success as a team, said BIA-OJS Director Charles Addington.
Sergeant Fatima Al Jasmi, who joined the K-9 division in 2011, specialises in training dogs for detecting explosives.
"As the chaotic scene unfolded, no Deputies were aware K-9 Verro was out of his vehicle," the Paulding County Sheriff's Department said on its Facebook page.
Ou-ti will be looked after by Penghu's K-9 branch after he retires, with another six freshly trained young sniffer dogs set to join the unit in July.
After a student in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools was fatally shot at a school bus stop in January, the district purchased a gun-detection K-9 named Nico, who is expected to finish training in May.
The details of the K-9 unit's whereabouts such as their names, temperament, behavior were also indicated.
LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs are working animals, trained to interact with people of all ages and circumstances who are suffering and in need.
The K-9 Vajra is one of the two new howitzers to have been inducted into the Army after a gap of more than 30 years in the shadow of the Bofors gun scandal.
After 36 hours of fruitless searches, local authorities turned to Ruby and the Rhode Island State Police K-9 Division.
KARACHI -- Inspector General of Police Sindh AD Khowaja laid the foundation stone of K-9 unit in Saeedabad's Police Training Centre (PTC) on Friday.
Portland, OR, November 11, 2016 --(PR.com)-- 10-4 Gear is proud to present their new "K-9 Tennessee Trooper" shirt.
And the dogs are more intelligent than their human handlers, who are K-9 cops.