The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department Canine Unit exists for no other reason than to:
Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department K-9 Unit provides trained police dogs and handlers 24-hours a day on three shifts. The purpose of the K-9 Unit is to protect the citizens, apprehend suspects and add to the safety of deputy sheriffs. These services are provided through the daily patrol activities and through educational and public demonstrations.
The Sheriff's Department fields one handler and canine per twelve hour dayshift and graveyard shift. The canine unit is dedicated to professional service through high standards of weekly training and on-going education of handlers and trainers.
The canine team is proud to be a daily utilized special unit provided to the community by the Sheriff.
HISTORY OF THE K-9 UNIT
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