2016

May 2016

Mid-West Dogs for Law Enforcement K9 Workshop

The 2016 Mid-West Dogs for Law Enforcement K9 Workshop was hosted by the Hancock County Sheriff's Office in Garner, Iowa and was held May 15th - 20th with great success. Canine teams from all over the State of Iowa came out for the week long training in narcotics detection, tracking, and apprehension work. Dogs for Law Enforcement was proud to work with the Hancock County Sheriff's Office in making sure these Canine Teams were able to get quality training that will enhance their skills.

April 2016

Dogs for Law Enforcement is excited about the newest addition to the East Coast. Canine Borax, an 18 month old, dual purpose Belgian Malinois, was donated to a small Police Department on the East Coast. In March 2016, through a DLE Grant, he was hand picked for this agency by our board members. Those who assisted in the selection process are experienced canine handlers and trainers. Dogs for Law Enforcement wishes the best of luck to Canine Borax and his new handler!

March 2016

Warsaw, North Carlolina

After starting work at Warsaw PD on February 15th, Canine Odin hit the streets and made a great find for the department on his first weekend at work. Even with all the excitement, Warsaw Police Department helped Canine Odin celebrate his 2nd birthday on March 14th. In addition to his fabulous cake, Odin visited Warsaw Elementary and Kenansville Elementary making some new friends along the way. DLE continues to wish Officer Kennedy and Canine Odin great success!

Boston, Massachusetts

Officer Howley and Canine Molly have been working hard on training and getting ready to get to work at MBTA. Canine Molly recently worked on her tracking skills while enjoying the snow. DLE wishes Officer Howley and Canine Molly the best of luck in their training!

February 2016

 

Boston, Massachusetts

Good luck to MBTA Transit Police Department, Officer Howley, and Canine Molly.

Warsaw, North Carolina

February 2016

Alvin K-9 Seminar

The 2016 Alvin Canine Seminar was held February 21st - 26th with great success. Canine teams from all over the State of Texas came out for the week long training in explosive detection, narcotics detection, tracking, and apprehension work. Dogs for Law Enforcement was proud to work with Alvin Police Department in making sure these Canine Teams were able to get quality training that will enhance their skills.

January 2016

Boston, Massachusetts

Dogs for Law Enforcement is excited about the newest addition to the Boston Area. Canine Molly is a 1 1/2 year old dual purpose Belgian Malinois that was donated to a Police Department in the Boston, Massachusetts Area. In January 2016, through a Dogs for Law Enforcement Grant, she was hand picked for this agency by Dogs for Law Enforcement board members. Those who assisted in the selection process are experienced canine handlers and trainers.

Dogs for Law Enforcement wishes the best of luck to Canine Molly and her new handler.