The 2009 Western States Police Canine Association (WSPCA) sactioned canine trials/competitions begin this month. These events are sponsored by various Police agencies throughout northern California.
A doctor had just told the little girl that her mother wouldn’t be coming back home after she’d collapsed on the kitchen floor last month.
The “Every 15 Minute” program promotes awareness to the dangers of drinking and driving involving high school students.
The Folsom Police Motor Officer’s Association cordially invites you to a spaghetti dinner on Sunday, April 19th, 2009 at the Oak Hills Church (1100 Blue Ravine Road, Folsom).
The Folsom Police Canine Officer’s Association is excited to announce the launch of our official website FPDK9.com. The Folsom Police Canine Officer’s Association was formed to assist in paying for the medical care and furnish death benefits to all Folsom Police K9’s. Our association also educates & promotes the use of Police K9’s in the community by performing K9 demonstrations for schools and community groups. Continue reading WELCOME TO FPDK9.COM
Jake and his handler Evan Fardanesh have enjoyed many years together. Jake can now sit back and enjoy civilian life. View Photos
Twenty nine teams competed over two days in five events; Narcotics, Agility, Obedience, Search and Protection. The day was filled with family and friends, as K9 teams from throughout the Western United States showed off their skills. We would like to say a special thank you to our sponsors and all of our volunteers who made this event so successful. Funds raised by the event benefit the Folsom Police Canine Officer’s Association whose specific purpose is to educate and promote the use of police service dogs in the community, perform canine demonstrations for schools and community groups, and furnish benefits to all police canines. View Photos
Folsom Police K9 Unit partners with Shriner’s and UC Davis Children’s Hospital. After talking with child life specialists at UC Davis, the unit learned that there was a shortage of therapy dogs available to visit sick children. Our K9’s Smokey, Jerry, Eddie and Jake began their visits with K9 Officers Joe Leach, Evan Fardanesh, Lou Wright and Nathan Ventioner. The Officer’s bring stuffed replicas of German Shepherd dogs, trading cards, along with autographed photos to dozens of grateful children. View Photos
This was a new environment for all four of our K9’s, and each K9 did extremely well during this experience. Each K9 team was deployed from a Sheriff’s helicopter and engaged a subject in training scenarios. View Photos
Included in the tour was a K9 and Mounted demonstration conducted by K9 Officer Joe Leach and “Smokey” and Mounted Officer Eric Baade and “Rocky”. View Photos