Welcome K9 Mays


Welcome K9 Mays and Officer Cody Clemens to our K9s4COPs and K9s4KIDs fam!πŸΎπŸ‘πŸ’™

Thank you Mays Business School Strategic Philanthropy class for making this dynamic duo possible!🀩

K9 Mays is the newest K-9 officer for Texas A&M University Police Department. He is a one-and-a-half-year-old German Shepherd / Belgian Malinois mix that was born in Poland. Mays works alongside his partner Officer Cody Clemens to search for explosives in buildings and facilities around the campus.

“If we get a call of a package, unattended package or a suspicious package. Mays or one of the other K-9’s we’re going to get out there and we’re going to check on it. If it leads to something else then we will call in other resources to deal with the item,” said Clemens.

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#Busted…K9 Jag is on FIRE!


WOW! One of our newest teams, Deputy Ciolfi and K9 Jag are off to a great start!!!

Today, K9 Jag and Deputy Ciolfi were called to assist another Deputy on a traffic stop. After the K9 alerted to the presence of narcotics, deputies searched the vehicle and recovered approximately 2 kilograms of methamphetamine, the 🚨largest seizure🚨 in Burnet County Sheriff’s Office history with a street value of $250,000! The deputies also seized over $11,000 in cash, a loaded handgun, and a digital scale.

They graduated the Narcotics Detection Handler Course last month from Pacesetter K9 LLC.

This team wouldn’t be possible without Brian Robison and the Reel ‘Em In Foundation!🐾