Ohio Police K9 Memorial
A 501(c)3 Corporation
SPONSORED dogs are so noted. They may be sponsored for $30 on the Sponsor a K9 page. K9s listed in RED are not on the memorial and, if sponsored, will be included on the next wall.
This list is not comprehensive - if you see any errors or can provide additional information, please email us at ohiopoliceK9memorial@gmail.com.
Lucas County Sheriff's Office
Oregon Police DepartmentOttawa Hills Police Department
The K-9 unit was formed with a three-man and three-dog unit. Training began in August, with graduation on November 11, 1974. The first K-9 units were Officer Tony Bill and King, Officer Fred Freeman and Baron and Officer Richard Mohr and Cannon. Sgt. Virgil Oliver and Sarge was the unit commander. Officer Dennis Romstadt and Joe, Officer Bill Shinavar and Rommel and Officer Chester Wolf and Deesha were added to the K-9 unit at a later date. The unit would continue until it was disbanded on September 3, 1981. The unit was re-established in 2013