Monroe County Sheriff’s Office needs your help to re-implement K9 program
4 Fast Facts
- The sheriff’s office wants to re-implement their K9 program
- Their last K9 retired in 1996
- A K9 would be useful with increase in drug trafficking.
- The department needs $18,000.
MONROE COUNTY, Ind. – The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office needs your help. They’re seeking donations to re-implement their K9 program. The last K9 the department had retired in 1996.
With the increase of drug trafficking and missing person calls, the department is looking to create their own K9 unit again without having to call other agencies.
The department needs $18,000 which will cover training, equipment and a kennel.
According to the sheriff’s office, the K9 handler will be chosen from their current employees.
Donations can be mailed to:
Monroe County Sheriff’s Office
Attn: K-9 Donation Fund
301 North College Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47404