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K-9

K9

The duties of a K9 officer depend on the type of dog with which the officer is paired. He is first and foremost an officer whose task is to ensure the safety of the community. If the officer is paired with a public order enforcement dog, then he will act as a regular officer and use his dog to pursue and detain suspects. An officer paired with an illicit-substances dog works a dog who is trained to pick up the smell of illegal drugs. Some K-9 dogs are trained to smell and find explosives.

The Canine Section employs some of the bravest and hardest working members of the Levy County Sheriff's Office. These dogs come to work everyday with their handlers and ride a twelve-hour shift just like the rest of our patrol deputies. They endure many dangers that could cause them injury or death but they never hesitate to serve and protect when called upon.

The canine section utilizes highly trained dogs which were imported from Germany and receive monthly training in narcotics detection and patrol work. The K-9 units maintains a full plate of activities from drug detection to criminal apprehension.

PAS

LEVY COUNTY
MOST WANTED
Wanted1
  • Name
    HARRIS, DOMINIC
  • DOB
    02/27/1987
  • Case
    10DR200
  • Charge
    CHILD SUPPORT
  • Bond
    PURGE $470
Wanted2
  • Name
    MANNING, BRANDON
  • DOB
    03/26/1972
  • Case
    09DR840
  • Charge
    CHILD SUPPORT
  • Bond
    PURGE $570
Wanted3
  • Name
    LEPPER, NICOLE
  • DOB
    11/30/1984
  • Case
    11CF674
  • Charge
    FTA FRAUD
  • Bond
    NO BOND
Wanted5
  • Name
    BUTLER, ELDEN
  • DOB
    10/13/1983
  • Case
    14CT444
  • Charge
    FTA DWLSR
  • Bond
    $2,000
Wanted5
  • Name
    FOLSOM, ASHLEIGH
  • DOB
    06/19/1990
  • Case
    13CT250
  • Charge
    FTA NO DL
  • Bond
    $1,000