It is with deep regret that we advise of the passing of Police Service Dog Yoshi on April 10, 2013, following a sudden and unexpected battle with cancer. Yoshi was the devoted and loyal partner of Constable Derek Gardner and – together - they were a dynamic and popular team. Read more: http://www.wrps.on.ca/news/canine-yoshi-was-community-hero#.UWgxv1-jdIY.twitter
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P1 Photo of the week: Desk job. PSD Griffin of the Winnipeg (Can.) Police Service K-9 unit at work. The K-9 unit program is 16 weeks long, includes socialization and some desk work too! Photo by Cst. Shawn Lowry.
Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Derek Shibles and Lt. Steve Mabes, a civilian police officer for the Naval Station Everett Police Department, use military working dog Lery to find a simulated explosive device as part of a training exercise. Naval Station Everett maintains a kennel of military working dogs that assists in performing illegal drug and explosive searches as well as other law enforcement duties.