Marion County Sheriff's Office
Marion PDs canine program began in 1994. Its first bite apprehension was performed by K9 Falco in 1999 when he helped to capture an escapee from the Delaware County jail who had eluded detection for two days. All of MPD K9’s are trained to conduct building and large area searches for hidden criminals, tracking lost persons and criminals, article/evidence searches, and narcotics detection. They are also featured at numerous community education functions and public K9 agility demonstrations. They are a valuable asset to the police department and community.
North Central Complex Police Department
A 501(c)3 Corporation
Ohio Police K9 Memorial
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.
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