Recently Fallen K9s
Kingman Police Department, AZ
End of Watch: August 20, 2016
K9 Amigo died from complications of heat exhaustion while participating in a search and rescue operation for two missing hikers near White Cliffs.
Amigo began showing signs of heat exhaustion while he and his handler were on the top of a mountain...
Arlington Police Department, TX
End of Watch: July 19, 2016
K9 Mojo died after suffering from heat exhaustion while tracking a shooting suspect who had fled on foot in the 7100 block of Chambers Creek Court after leading officers and detectives on a pursuit.
Detectives had attempted to serve a warrant on...
Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, PA
End of Watch: July 7, 2016
K9 Totti died after accidentally being left inside of a vehicle following a training exercise at State Correctional Institute Rockview in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania.
Totti's handler had placed training items inside the vehicle. Approximately two hours later he realized that Totti was still...
Westchester County Department of Public Safety, NY
End of Watch: May 20, 2016
K9 Suki died of heat exhaustion after the heat alarm in her handler's car failed.
Suki's handler had arrested two subjects and arrived at the police department's headquarters, at 1 Saw Mill River Parkway, at approximately 5:00 am to process the prisoners....
Emmett Police Department, ID
End of Watch: July 1, 2016
K9 Roscoe was killed in a vehicle crash when the patrol car he was in was rear-ended by a tractor trailer while stopped at a red light at the intersection of Johns Avenue and Highway 16.
Roscoe was transported to a local...
Welcome to ODMP K9
The Officer Down Memorial Page is furthering its mission of honoring all fallen law enforcement officers with the announcement of its newest memorial program: ODMP K9.
ODMP K9 honors the hundreds of police canines that have been killed in the line of duty serving alongside America's law enforcement officers. These loyal companions have given their lives to ensure their handlers, fellow officers, and citizens stay safe.
ODMP researchers are currently compiling details on fallen canines through history. Our current list is incomplete, so we are calling on all visitors to provide new or updated details about any police canine that has been killed in the line of duty in the United States by using our submission form.
Support ODMP K9
Like all of ODMP's programs, ODMP K9 is supported by the generous donations of its visitors and law enforcement organizations.
Proudly display your "Remember Fallen K9s" decal to:
- Identify yourself as an ODMP supporter to local law enforcement
- Honor hundreds of fallen police canines
- Inform officers & citizens of canine deaths nationwide
Fill out the form to the left to order your decals today.
Law Enforcement United
ODMP K9 is made possible, in part, through the support of Law Enforcement United. LEU hosts an annual 3-day, 240-mile bike ride during Police Week. Over 400 officers ride from two states and meet in Washington DC to raise funds for ODMP and C.O.P.S.
Join the ride »