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The Towanda Police Department Proudly Presents K-9 “Cairo” Please press to start show Press Esc. To end Run time approx. 5min. Microsoft PowerPoint
The Towanda Police Department Proudly Presents K-9 “Cairo” And Partner, Chief Tim Stock “Service and Protection with Honor”
The History of Cairo In 1997 Cairo came to the United States. Prior to coming, many dogs were tested, but few made the grade.
The History of Cairo I was trained at Elliot Canines, Hutchinson Kansas, where I underwent strenuous “Fear Factor” Training
The History of Cairo Sometimes my original trainer, Rick, would run us around in circles.
Narcotics Training We learned to find things…….outdoors,
Narcotic’s Training And indoors……..
Tracking & Obedience
Confidence…. Our trainers helped us build confidence …
Making the Arrest
I am trained to detect… Marijuana Heroin Cocaine And Methamphetamine
Cairo’s Training In Cars…..
Cairo’s Training Trucks……….
Cairo’s Friends In Luggage…
Cairo’s Friends In mailboxes…
Cairo’s Friends And other interesting places.
Suspect Apprehension We also learned to track people, Armed suspects…
Tracking If you are lost, I will do my best to find you.
Cairo’sTraining I am also certified in Area Search Suspect Apprehension Officer Protection Building Search & Evidence Recovery
Cairo’s Friends I also learned strict obedience. (that’s my friend in Leavenworth Kansas and his handler.)
Cairo’s Friends I’ve made lots of friends…..
Cairo’s Training Look!!!there’s some of my friends now!!! Officer Cundiff and K-9 “Isaac” of the Andover Police.
Cairo’s Training Here are a few; from the Kansas Police Dog Association.
Cairo’s Training Now I live in Towanda Kansas, where I have served as a Certified Patrol and Narcotics K-9 since 2001.
Cairo’s Training Well, looks like I have to go fight crime, until next time……….
Thanks for Watching!!!! The Towanda Police Department “Service and Protection with Honor” A special thanks to the Kansas Police Dog Association, the Officers and K-9s. Petco The Rusty Bucket Café The Terry Family Experience The City of Towanda Prairie Station Vet Clinic Steven Ford Cheney Garage Door Kevlar for K-9’s And all of our other fine supporters.
This presentation is dedicated in loving memory to K-9“Kilo” Derby KS Police Department July 28, 2002 Partner Officer James White
GUARDIANS OF THE NIGHT Trust in me my friend for I am your comrade. I will protect you with my last breath. When all others have left you And the loneliness of the night closes in, I will be at your side. Together we will conquer all obstacles And search out those who might wish harm to others. All I ask of you is compassion, The caring touch of your hands. It is for you that I will selflessly give my life And spend my nights unrested. Although our days together May be marked by the passing of the seasons. Know that each day at your side is my reward. My days are measured by The coming and going of your footsteps. I anticipate them at the opening of the door. You are the voice of caring when I am ill. The voice of authority over me when I've done wrong. Do not chastise me unduly For I am your right arm, The sword at your side. I attempt to do only what you bid of me. I seek only to please you and remain in your favor. Together you and I shall experience A bond only others like you will understand. When outsiders see us together Their envy will be measured by their disdain. I will quietly listen to you And pass no judgement. Nor will your spoken words be repeated. I will remain ever silent, Ever vigilant, ever loyal. And when our time together is done And you move on in the world, Remember me with kind thoughts and tales. For a time we were unbeatable, Nothing passed among us undetected. If we should ever meet again on another field I will gladly take up your fight. I am a Police Working Dog and together We are GUARDIANS of the NIGHT. Thanks for watching………Produced by Tim Stock 2003