K9s4COPs Third Quarter 2013 K9 Roll Call

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Six New K9's Hit the Streets to Help Keep Us Safe.

K9s4COPs, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, is pleased to present its Third Quarter K9 Roll Call – the nonprofit foundation is gifting six K9s this quarter. Founded in 2010, K9s4COPs mission is to ensure every law enforcement officer in need of a K9 has one at their side, well trained and ready for action.

K9s4COPs receives applications from law enforcement agencies across the nation requesting a K9 for their department and community. Since receiving its nonprofit status in 2011, K9s4COPs has gifted 45 dogs across the nation.

“K9s4COPs is committed to supporting law enforcement and keeping communities safe by gifting skilled K9s across the nation,” says Executive Director Liz Lara-Carreño. “We continue to add to the safety of officers in our own backyard by gifting three additional dogs to Precinct 4 and neighboring cities Conroe and Angleton.”

K9s4COPs wishes to congratulate the following agencies on their selection and thank our board and donors for their continued support in making this happen.

The following are this quarter’s recipients:

Roberta Police Department, Roberta, Georgia
Dual purpose – patrol and narcotics K9

Hubbard Police Department, Hubbard, Oregon
Dual purpose – patrol and narcotics K9

Ellis County Sheriff's Office, Waxahachie, Texas
Dual purpose – patrol and narcotics K9

City of Conroe Police Department, Conroe, Texas
Single purpose – narcotics K9

Harris County Precinct 4 Constables Office, Houston, Texas
Dual purpose – patrol and explosives K9

Angleton ISD Police Department, Angleton, Texas
Single purpose – narcotics K9

For more information, please visit http://www.k9s4cops.org, or contact K9s4COPs Communications Director Jenna Jackson at jenna(at)K9s4COPs(dot)com or at 713.523.COPS.

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