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In recognition of all working K-9’s, past, present and future the Plymouth Police Academy’s 63rd Recruit Officer Course dedicates a memorial in honor of Fallen K-9’s.

The graduating class of the 63rd Recruit Officer Course (ROC), Plymouth Police Academy left a piece of them behind – a granite memorial that will be p laced at the base of our Nations Flag.

The 63rd  ROC has a deep appreciation and respect for officers that have perished in the line of duty.  Their respect extends to the fallen K-9’s who serve their communities unconditionally and without hesitation.  This Memorial will be seen by future academy classes and will serve as a reminder of the sacrifices made by law enforcement canines.

Special Thanks to:  Student Officer David Aguiar, Rehoboth PD who made this happen.

Contents of this Blog submitted by Class President David Wohler, Easton PD and Plymouth Police Academy Director Eileen M. L. Goodick

 

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