Recently Fallen K9s
Muldrow Police Department, OK
End of Watch: July 23, 2015
K9 Zeke died from heat exhaustion after the air conditioner in handler's patrol car malfunctioned.
His handler was inside the police station working on a case for an extended period of time. Zeke had been left in the handler's patrol car with...
Savannah State University Police Department, GA
End of Watch: July 10, 2015
K9 Baston died of heat exhaustion when he was accidentally left in his handler's patrol car for several hours.
His handler realized that Baston was still in the vehicle after approximately three hours in outside temperatures reaching above 95 degrees.
Baston had served...
Conyers Police Department, GA
End of Watch: July 16, 2015
K9 Zane died as the result of heat exhaustion after being accidentally left in his handler's patrol car in Rockland County.
His handler had gone home sick and inadvertently left Zane in the vehicle. He discovered Zane in the vehicle seven hours...
Little Rock Police Department, AR
End of Watch: July 15, 2015
K9 Titus died as the result of heat exhaustion following a lengthy track and take down of a subject wanted for stealing items from vehicles.
Titus located the subject, who then resisted arrest. Titus was released and subdued the subject, allowing officers...
Stockton Police Department, CA
End of Watch: June 30, 2015
K9 Nitro died of heat exhaustion after the air conditioner unit in the patrol car malfunctioned as outside temperatures reached 106 degrees.
Nitro had just apprehended a subject who fled during a warrant service in the 8600 block of Santa Paula Way....
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.
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