Posts By: Capital K9s

Isthmus Paper Recognizes MPD K9 Unit

To serve and protect: Madison’s exceptional police dogs help keep the city safe   Read this interesting article in the current issue of The Isthmus Paper: “The Wells Fargo Bank near East Towne Mall was robbed in February. When Madison police officers arrived………………” (read more)

Capital K9s Welcomes Officer Nick Eull

Police Officer Nick Eull – K9 Frees On Duty! (click image to enlarge) The Madison Police Department has announced the assignment of this new team.  After extensive training in North Carolina,  Police Officer Eull and K9 Frees have assumed their duties protecting the Madison community.  Capital K9s welcomes these two members of the canine unit…. Read more »

Capital K9s on Evening News

WKOW Channel 27 Interviews Police Rose Mansavage MADISON (WKOW) –Madison Police Officer Rose Mansavage has two partners, K9 Officers Marty and Falco. She jokes, “I see them more than my kids, my husband. It’s 24/7. Every day!”Officers Marty and Falco work and live with Officer Mansavage, so they have a very tight bond. In fact,… Read more »

K9 CSI MPD Program

What friends of Capital K9s are saying: Just got home from attending the K9 CSI MPD II. A+ presentation! Awesome, heartfelt, humorous, incredible, inspiring, honorable, educational…..The MPD and K9 unit are just another reason why Madison is a great place to live. Keep up the great work! Thank you Capital K9s and K9 Units for… Read more »

Unique Birthday Celebration

Unique Birthday Celebration A nine year-old boy celebrates his birthday in a very special way.  Each year he asks his friends to set aside money that they would  have spent to buy him birthday gifts.  In turn, he donates this money to one or more charities.  This year, Capital K9s received a meaningful donation from… Read more »

Finding The Missing

Here’s an opportunity to hear a presentation by MPD K9 Officer Carren Corcoran and Linda Zapata about the use of cadaver dogs in missing person cases and the cold case homicide of Jeanette Zapata, Linda’s mother. All proceeds will go to Team Madison Police. (click images below to enlarge)