Sheriff Congratulates Newest K-9 Members

By  //  January 16, 2015

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will attend Narcotics Detection School

Please join me in congratulating Deputy Richard Nelson with K-9 Partner Thor, Deputy John Decossaux with K-9 Partner Rikki, and Deputy Scott Stewart with K-9 Partner Koi for successfully completing 480 hours of advanced training and certification in obedience, apprehension, and building searches. (BCSO image)

Please join me in congratulating Deputy Richard Nelson with K-9 Partner Thor, Deputy John Decossaux with K-9 Partner Rikki, and Deputy Scott Stewart with K-9 Partner Koi for successfully completing 480 hours of advanced training and certification in obedience, apprehension, and building searches. (BCSO image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Please join me in congratulating Deputy Richard Nelson with K-9 Partner Thor,Deputy Richard Nelson with K-9 Partner Rikki, and Deputy Richard Nelson with K-9 Partner Koi for successfully completing 480 hours of advanced training and certification in obedience, apprehension, and building searches.

The training was conducted by Brevard County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Instructors with assistance from the Orange and Osceola County Sheriff’s Offices that assisted in the testing and certification of the teams.

Pursuant to this training, our newest team members will be attending Narcotics Detection School and then will be hitting the streets to help keep our community safe.

Also, make sure to download the free Brevard Sheriff’s Office app today by searching Brevard Sheriff’s Office in the App Store and start receiving Community Alerts about crime and traffic as it happens and also keep up with the latest Mug Shots and Sex Offenders in Brevard County.

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