TK9O Narcotics Trial Results

Texas K9 Officers Conference and Trials 2013

Narcotics Trial Results​

1

Wullweber, Brian

K9 Brix

69

2

Palermo, John

K9 Rico

69

3

Patterson, Donald

K9 Arko

69

4

Stanley, Michael

K9 Tex

69

5

Tang, Val

K9 Partner

68

6

Taylor, Kenneth

K9 Xsara

68

7

Marshall, Clayton

K9 Ron

67

8

Brown, Shawn

K9 Bret

67

9

Collins, Scott

K9 Partner

67

10

Denham, Jason

K9 Sjors

66

11

Stevens, Jeremy

K9 Partner

66

12

Adams, Ben

K9 Buzz

64

13

Williams, Billy

K9 Storm

64

14

Weikel, Clayton

K9 Rohdy

64

15

Beeman, Jonathon

K9 Partner

60

16

Pereira, Eddie

K9 TY

59

17

Walker, John

K9 Gorbi

59

18

Ridings, Josh

K9 Partner

59

19

Morrow, TC

K9 Blitz

58

20

Nesbitt, Koby

K9 Hiko

57

21

Everton, David

K9 Ranger

56

22

Kerrigan, Daniel

K9 Bailey

56

23

Smith, James

K9 Basco

56

24

Klehm, Seth

K9 Partner

55

25

Fuente, David

K9 Emmy

55

26

Jenkins, Daniel

K9 Partner

53

27

Laws, Gary

K9 Baron

52

28

Davis, Chance

K9 Iris

49

29

Glaze, James

K9 Cir

43

 

TK9O Patrol Trial Results

Texas K9 Officers Conference and Trials 2013

Patrol Trial Results

 

#

Handler

Dog

Patrol 1

Patrol 2

Patrol 3

Total

1

Wullweber, Brian

K9 Brix

5

1

2

8

2

Tang, Val

K9 Partner

2

5

7

14

3

Stanley, Michael

K9 Tex

8

2

9

19

3

Palermo, John

K9 Rico

10

6

3

19

4

Sutton, Tyson

K9 Rosco

3

4

14

21

4

Glaze, James

K9 Cir

11

9

1

21

4

Marshall, Clayton

K9 Ron

1

10

10

21

5

Stevens, Jeremy

K9 Partner

9

7

6

22

6

Denham, Jason

K9 Sjors

7

3

13

23

7

Ridings, Josh

K9 Partner

13

17

5

35

8

Shadden, Dennis

K9 Ronnie

6

11

19

36

9

Nesbitt, Koby

K9 Hiko

15

14

8

37

10

Kerrigan, Daniel

K9 Bailey

14

20

4

38

11

Chapa, Alex

K9 Rocco

16

13

12

41

12

Klehm, Seth

K9 Partner

20

8

20

48

13

Smith, James

K9 Basco

19

16

15

50

13

Love, George

K9 Gerard

4

21

25

50

14

Jenkins, Daniel

K9 Partner

21

12

18

51

15

Laws, Gary

K9 Baron

12

23

21

56

16

Prince, Jason

K9 Duce

17

18

22

57

17

Weikel, Clayton

K9 Rohdy

18

24

17

59

17

Jordan, Michael

K9 Brico

22

26

11

59

18

Walker, John

K9 Gorbi

25

15

24

64

19

Brown, Shawn

K9 Bret

24

19

23

66

20

Davis, Chance

K9 Iris

26

25

16

67

21

Everton, David

K9 Ranger

23

22

26

71

TK9O Top Dog Results

Texas K9 Officers Conference and Trials 2013

Top Dog Results​

#

Handler

Narcotics

Explosives

Patrol

Obstacles

Final

1

Wullweber, Brian

1

 

1

1

3

2

Marshall, Clayton

7

4

4

15

3

Denham, Jason

10

6

7

23

4

Shadden, Dennis

3

8

14

25

5

Love, George

4

13

9

26

6

Ridings, Josh

18

7

2

27

7

Prince, Jason

1

16

12

29

7

Chapa, Alex

2

11

16

29

8

Brown, Shawn

8

19

3

30

9

Kerrigan, Daniel

22

10

5

37

10

Glaze, James

29

4

6

39

11

Weikel, Clayton

14

17

11

42

12

Walker, John

17

18

18

53

13

Laws, Gary

27

15

15

57

14

Everton, David

21

21

19

61

15

Davis, Chance

28

20

20

68

 

K9s4COPs, Harris County Sheriff’s Office host Texas’ first K9 Officer Olympics

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The bite is truly bigger than the bark when some of Texas’ top dogs hit Houston Oct. 23-25 for the Texas K9 Officers Conference & Trials. Held at the Harris County Sheriff’s Office Training Facility at 2316 Atascocita Rd. in Humble; the inaugural event is produced by K9s4COPs, a non-profit that provides trained police dogs to law enforcement agencies around the country. K9s4COPs and the Harris County Sheriff’s Office is hosting the Texas K9 Officers Conference & Trials along with the help of the Houston Police Department, Pasadena Police Department and Harris County Constable’s Office Precincts 1, 4 and 8. Entries are capped at 50 officers and their K9 partners.

The hard-working and elite K9 officers and their human partners , who are available 24/7 for duty, will compete in categories including obstacle course, narcotics detection, explosive detection, and patrol.

Officers will also earn continuing education credits during the classes and training exercises offered throughout the conference. In addition, a Texas Hard Dog/Fast Dog competition, demonstrating how to bring down a “bad guy,” will be free and open to the public Friday morning, Oct. 25 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Thorne Stadium, 1865 Aldine Bender in Houston, TX 77032. Here the K9s will be judged on suspect impact as well as speed. Dogs are known to run as fast as 35 miles per hour during a hard and fast exercise.

Winners of the Texas K9 Officers Conference & Trials will receive special leashes and barking rights as top dogs of Texas.

One K9 officer and handler will be named per category along with an overall winner.

K9 officers arrive at law enforcement agencies trained in handler protection, but then go through a rigorous 14-week training course with their human partner to learn tracking, scouting, building searches, vehicle stops, and drug or bomb detection.

Most trained K9s used by law enforcement agencies are German Shepherds or Belgian Malinois, which cost $12,000 and retire after five to eight years of service. Specially trained K9s provide high performance detection duties as they host 125 million to 500 million scent cells in comparison to a human’s 5 million scent cells.

For more information about the Texas K9 Officers Conference & Trials, visit www.k9s4cops.org or call 713-523-COPS.

To assist the purchase of K9s for law enforcement agencies and schools, you can do your part by donating today at K9s4COPs.org.

​http://www.yourhoustonnews.com/atascocita/news/k-s-cops-harris-county-sheriff-s-office-host-texas/article_59bf45a4-5c92-5840-8427-1a12e23118c1.html

New K9 joins Goodhue County Sheriff’s Office donated by K9s4COPs!

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The Goodhue County Sheriff’s Office has recently added a new K9.

Ambush is a 2-year-old Belgian malinois/German shepherd cross donated to the sheriff’s office by K9s 4 Cops, a non-profit organization that helps to provide law enforcement agencies with dogs. He is cross trained in narcotics and patrol work.

 

Ambush and his handler, Sheriff’s Deputy Matt Bowron, went to basic K9 school for 6 weeks in Peru, Indiana. Deputy Bowron has been with the Goodhue County Sheriff’s Office since 2008. He and Ambush join three other K9 units in Goodhue County.

 

 

Ambush will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to the efforts of Vested Interest in K9s Inc., an all-volunteer charity in Massachusetts whose mission is to provide the $950 vests for K9s throughout the United States.

 

Source: http://www.postbulletin.com/news/local/new-k-joins-goodhue-county-sheriff-s-office/article_36423272-05e8-5403-8219-fff8fb9eb1b5.html