K9 Johnny Retires On Tuesday, February 17, 2015, K9 Johnny retired from the Madison Police Department. A media event took place at the police department’s training facility on that day.
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Madison Police Officer Jim Donnell and K9 Krahnie tracked down a bank robber today. The armed robbery occurred at the Anchor Bank located in Monona at 6501 Monona Dr. at 8:34am. A witness saw the robber run across the Beltline. K9 Krahnie was started in the area the suspect was last seen. The team tracked… Read more »
TheCarlsonCompany (click link to watch video) Capital K9s and the Madison Police K9 Unit would like to thank local businessman Chris Carlson of The Carlson Company for providing a training site for our dogs and a home-cooked meal for their handlers at a recent team training! Check out this video of Officer McKenzie and K9… Read more »
Madison Police Officer Teresa McKenzie and K9 Josh assisted Maple Bluff Police with a vehicle sniff in early-January. K9 Josh’s positive alert led to the seizure of 31 grams of crystal methamphetamine, 10 ecstasy pills and various drug paraphernalia, most of which was found concealed in the engine compartment. Maple Bluff Police later executed… Read more »
On November 18, 2014 the ‘Life is Good’ store located at 514 State Street was robbed at gun point by a masked man at approximately 7:26pm. The suspect had leaned across the counter to get the money. K9 Slim and Police Officer Carren Corcoran responded to the store approximately 45 minutes after the incident…. Read more »
Officer Wilson’s report of a recent track by his K9 partner Boris: “My K9 Partner Boris and I responded to assist a Wisconsin State Trooper on a traffic stop. The driver fled from the scene prior to our arrival. As units flowed into the area, they set up a perimeter. I responded to the stop… Read more »
Change of Command at Capital K9s Effective January 1, 2015, leadership changes will take place at Capital K9s. President Kristen Fuhremann concludes her two-year term of office with Capital K9s. At a recent Capital K9s board of directors meeting, Sergeant Chris Boyd, of the Madison Police Department (MPD), recognized Kristen’s stellar leadership and thanked her… Read more »
Held at Alliant Energy Center Sunday, November 2 Watch video At Dog Fair, Capital K9s President Kristen Fuhremann explained how this non-profit organization helps support the Madison Police Department canine unit – fund raising events and through the generous donations of individual citizens and local business.
Since 2009, David Wood, owner of Applewood Self Storage, has donated to the Madison Police Department K9 Unit a valuable training tool.
The Carlson Company donated time and material The Carlson Company construct the canine agility equipment at the Madison Police Department Training Center. Thanks to Chris Carlson and his crew for building these wonderful canine training tools. Capital K9s salutes this civic-minded business! (click images to enlarge)