Valparaiso K-9 officer Joe Hall and Femmy check backpacks as Portage and other local police departments make a surprise search of Portage High School with canine units.
Valparaiso K-9 Officer Jerame Simpson and Cairo check lockers Thursday as Portage and other local police departments search Portage High with canine units.
Valparaiso K-9 Officer Joe Hall and Femmy prepare to check lockers and backpacks Thursday as Portage and other local police departments swept Portage High.
Porter County K-9 Officer Cpl. Brian Gill and Dolar check school lockers Thursday at Portage High School.
Valparaiso K-9 officer Joe Hall and Femmy check backpacks Thursday at Portage High School.
Munster Officer Brian Hernandez keeps his K-9 partner Django fit with some exercise in the police parking lot.
Munster Officer Brian Hernandez trains with his new K-9 officer partner Django.
Django is a K-9 officer for the Munster Police Department.
MUNSTER | Three fifth-graders at Elliott Elementary School used their baking skills and community spirit to help the town’s Police Department obtain a canine for multipurpose police work.
CROWN POINT | Their first weeks on the job, two new Lake County sheriff’s canine teams already are taking a bite out of area crime.
PORTAGE | Portage's police dog, Eros, died Friday -- nearly a month after having emergency surgery for a ruptured disc in his neck.
CROWN POINT | If Dan Murchek could have his way, he would keep a police dog with him in his administrative office. He misses that companionship.
Gary Police K-9 Unit Cpl. John Artibey and his police dog Loki on patrol. The K-9 Unit was started recently with funding from the Gary Canine Association.
Police dog Loki brings a tennis ball back to his handler, Gary police canine unit Cpl. John Artibey, as they train last week in Gary.
Police dog Loki spots his tennis ball in the front seat as his canine handler Gary police Cpl. John Artibey drives to a call last week in Gary. Artibey is a co-founder of the Gary Canine Association, which raised private funds to hire two canine officers.
Lake County sheriff's Officer Ron Taylor and his police dog, Bickel, find drugs hidden in a file cabinet during training in December at the old Oak Hill Elementary School in Lowell.
Lake County sheriff's Officer Doug Parker and his police dog, Exel, find drugs hidden in a locker during training in December at the old Oak Hill Elementary School in Lowell.
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