The K9 detection dog teams trained by our grantee Sector K9* work within communities to end the drug crisis and keep schools and children safe by detecting guns or drugs.
The dogs often help bridge any gaps that exist between police officers and individuals in their communities, especially with younger generations. The program offers a positive solution to some of our country’s toughest problems.
Meet the K9 Teams Currently on Duty
Sector K9 works with animal shelters to select dogs who have the focus and willingness to be a K9. We sponsor the training and care while they and their police officer partners are trained in Texas. This grant saves thousands of taxpayer dollars.
Map of Shelter "Pit Bull" Detection Dogs in the U.S.
*Sector K9 has been the recipient of our detection dog grant since 2018. Dogs trained prior to that were trained by a different organization.
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