Mission: To collect funds in order to provide advanced police officer training to its members and to provide funds to assist police departments with the purchase of new police dogs. Additionally the organization provides monies to offset the cost of veterinary treatment for retired police dogs. To unite, in common cause, all law enforcement agencies utilizing the services of the canine as an aid in the prevention and detection of crime. To promote friendship and brotherhood among those interested in the training and the utilization of the canine in police work. To improve the abilities of the canine in police work, thereby rendering better service to the community. To utilize association funds to improve the efficiency of canine teams by providing training to canine officers and their canines through courses and seminars available to the membership. To coordinate the exchange of ideas of any advanced training techniques utilizing police dogs. To improve the abilities and the image of the working poli
Programs: Payments for medical benefits & canine training. Training reimbursement program: the association offers it members assistance with paying for k9 related training classes, if the member is denied training by the agency. Retired k9 benefit: the association will pay a one time medical benefit for each k9.
donations to miscellaneous orange county charities.
k-9 purchase for officers: provide supplemental funding to assist with off-setting the cost of the purchase of new police dogs. One request per department per year. Requests are fulfilled on a first come, first served basis.