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K-9

The Banning Police Department has utilized police K-9 teams for many years and they have become an integral part of patrol services.  The highly trained team of handler and K-9 allow patrol teams to operate in a safer and more efficient capacity.

 

Police K-9 teams are a specialized unit assigned to patrol.  They are generally deployed to calls for service in which they are used for tracking and locating suspects, searching residential and commercial buildings, crowd control and suspect apprehension.  Our K-9 team is also trained in narcotic detection.

 

Currently the  Banning Police Department has one full time K-9 team assigned to patrol.  Each K-9 team goes through an initial 400-hour basic handler course instructed by Danny LaMaster from Master K-9 located in Cherry Valley.  Upon completion, the K-9 team is assigned to patrol and both dog and handler begin to work as a team.  Currently assignments to the K-9 unit are for 3 years with an additional year at the Chief's discretion.

 

 

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