With the addition to the Niagara Regional Police Service Canine Unit, we are asking our community to help us give him a name.
Joining the Canine team is an 11-month-old male English Pointer, weighing in at 51lbs and a nose meant for tracking.
This newest member will complement the team as a search and rescue dog to help find vulnerable and missing persons as well as to assist with ground searches for evidence.
TO ENTER THE CONTEST:
Send an email with your name suggestion to [email protected] by 12pm on Wednesday March 2, 2022. There is a limit of five entries/email.
The Niagara Regional Police Service’s Canine Unit has been fully operational Unit since 1987. The Unit is currently supervised by Sergeant Robert Kroon and is now comprised of a total of seven Canine Teams; six of the Police Service Dogs are certified for general purpose patrol while four are cross trained in narcotic detection and two are cross trained for explosive detection.