January 10th was a somber day at the K9s4COPs office, as news from social media informed us that K9 Jethro of the Canton Police Department passed away after suffering gunshot wounds to the face, shoulder, and neck while attending to a burglary.
K9s4COPs has made contact with the Canton Police Department and will be granting a K9 to the department in memory of Jethro’s.
For more information on Jethro and K9s4COPs click HERE [Warning: the news article linked contains some slightly graphic imagery]
K9s4COPs was on KPRC Channel 2 with the buzz on the K$9Challenge.
During the month of December, K9s4COPs is trying to raise the money place two K9s, one in a school and one on the streets, into our community. To do this, we are asking our supporters to donate $9 to our cause!
All it takes is 2,000 fans participating in the challenge to make our streets, community, and schools safer. Do your part today, the link to donate is below.
K9s4COPs visited the Houston Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to recieve the 2015 FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award. Every year, FBI field offices select a community partner to receive the prestigious award.
The special award, presented on behalf of the director of the FBI, was formally created in 1990 as a way to honor individuals and organizations for their efforts in combating crime, terrorism, drugs, and violence in the United States.
Be on the lookout! K9s4COPs will be launching “The Pack” later this year.
What is The Pack?
K9s4COPs knows that in order to continue our mission of creating a safer America, we need support from people of all ages, especially young professionals.
The Pack is our group for those 35 and under. By joining The Pack, members will be added to our newsletter and kept uptodate on everything K9s4COPs, receive discounts on merchandise, and receive special pricing for major events like UNLEASHED and our Annual Clay Shoot.