The current K-9 team is “Harko” and his handler Officer John Bradley.
The K-9 unit functions as a normal road patrol unit, with the added benefit of having a canine partner that is trained in narcotics detection, tracking, and subject apprehension. The K-9 regularly assists neighboring departments with the same functions. The K-9 trains weekly using a state-of-the-art exercise faculty built by the Department of Public Services. The K-9 unit also conducts demonstrations for civic groups, schools and other organizations.
The maximum commitment time to the K-9 unit is five years.