There’s no one better than these Rochester/Olmsted Police K9s

It sort of answers the question that dog owners always ask their dogs: who’s a good boy?

Congratulations to some of the the cutest the most beautiful members of Rochester Police Department and Olmsted County Sheriff office: The hard-working K-9 agents who just put on an impressive performance in a recent police dog competition!

The Rochester Police K-9 Unit recently hosted the United States Police Canine Association, Inc. Region 18 field trials at Century High School this past weekend, which were attended by police dogs from across Minnesota and Wisconsin. There were over 50 K-9 teams at the event, who used the competition to complete their certification. Each K-9 team competed in five different events, including Finding Evidence, Obedience, Agility, Finding Suspects, and Arresting Criminals.

The Olmsted-Rochester Law Enforcement K-9 Foundation posted more awesome news about the four-legged members of the Rochester Police Department, noting that RPD K-9 Officer Kola and his handler, Officer Erik Red Hill, earned a perfect score in the contest. criminal arrest, ending with a perfect score! And RPD Officer Winters and K-9 Mack also took second place in the agility competition.

Meanwhile, members of the Olmsted County K-9 Sheriff’s Office the unit also racked up some impressive finishes during the same competition: Deputy Schmidt and K9 Axel took first place in the item search with a perfect score on the suspect search (although they didn’t didn’t have the fastest time.) Deputy Waletzki and K9 Cobra took 1st place in agility.

Teams completing their certification included: Deputy Rian Jones and K9 Jango, Deputy Adam Waletzki and K9 Cobra, Deputy Kevin Schmidt and K9 Axel, and Deputy Nick Heimer and K9 Ranger.

Here is a tribute to ALL K-9 unit members of the Rochester Police Department and Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office for the many hours and long days they put in training with their K-9 partners . Thank you for your service and tireless efforts to keep our community safe!

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