Recently Fallen K9s
Orange Police Department, CT
End of Watch: July 19, 2014
K9 Major was struck and killed by a commercial vehicle as his handler assisted a disabled motorist on Route 34, near Sodom Lane.
Major had graduated from the Connecticut State Police 166th Patrol Dog Class one month prior to being struck.
Alabama Department of Corrections, AL
End of Watch: July 7, 2014
K9 Tracker was shot and killed near Skipperville while assisting other agencies during the search of a man wanted for first degree child rape and incest.
Two canine tracking teams from the Alabama Department of Corrections had responded to assist deputies with...
Walker County Sheriff's Office, GA
End of Watch: June 13, 2014
K9 Tanja was shot and killed, and her handler wounded, after responding to a home in the 300 block of Moon Lake Road to search for a rape suspect.
The subject opened fire inside the home, killing Tanja and wounding her handler...
Worcester County Sheriff's Office, MD
End of Watch: May 3, 2014
K9 Ike was struck and killed by a vehicle near the intersection of Race Track Road and Route 50 at approximately 10:00 pm.
His handler had made a traffic stop of another vehicle and was speaking to the driver when K9 Ike...
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.
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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.
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