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Did you know that dogs have been used to help law enforcement for over now?
The first unofficial police dogs were employed back in 1888, and police officers started off with using Bloodhounds based on their history as one of the best hunting dogs with the strongest sense of smell and tracking abilities.
He is very proud to have been a 1985 graduate of Sallisaw High School in Sequoyah County.
After receiving his Associate degree from Connors State College in Warner, Oklahoma, he graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
About a decade later, when the law enforcement in other countries realized the immense help dogs provide, their police units have started specially training dogs to help fight crime, according to Slate.
Police dog training took off in 1899, and has been growing and improving ever since.
ogs have been doing police work and working as K-9 officers for many years.
Some breeds have been revered for their hard work protecting their handlers and civilians.
They've researched, bred and trained special police dog breeds specifically for tasks related to tracking down criminals.
He later transferred to Troop B (Tulsa County) in September of 1997 until his first promotion to Lieutenant in 2003 moved him to Troop J (Enid).