When we think about the law enforcement officers that keep us safe here in Ocean County, we shouldn't forget about the 4-legged officers who work right along side their human handlers and put themselves in harm's way every day.
Starting now, the bad guys have another reason to stay out of Stafford Township. Patrolman Brandon Haines and his K-9 partner, Jase, graduated from The Atlantic County Police Training Center's 41st class January 8.
An emotional scene unfolded in the early morning hours on Monday as Brick Township police officers, both human and canine, gathered at a local animal hospital to say goodbye to one of their four legged partners.
Demand continues to grow for bomb-sniffing dogs across the United States, including in New Jersey, as the country continues to make security improvements. A K-9 academy in South Jersey is training many of the dogs used in New Jersey.
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