Chief Stone & K-9 Cesh
(Photo courtesy of Kozowyk & MA Vest-A-Dog)
The mission of the K9 Unit is to locate people and/or things at or near crime scenes and provide protection to the community and officers. Generally, a K9 team will be applied as a sophisticated tool to enhance the capabilities of Patrol at a crime scene.
The unit strives to be diverse in its' applications to maximize the abilities of the canines in the investigation of crimes with the safety of the community its’ top priority.
The K9 Unit provides support for the HPD Patrol division and detective division for patrol investigations, suspect apprehension, tactical operations, evidence searches, as well as assisting in searching for missing persons.
Meet Cesh (retired 4/2017)
K-9 Cesh is a Dutch Shepherd/Belgian Malinois police dog. He was born on December 18, 2011 at the Plymouth County Sheriff's Department. K-9 Cesh was one of twelve in his litter and who were part of Sheriff McDonald's new K-9 breeding program.