Community Partnership

Dedicated to Success

The Police K-9 Association was established in 1985, shortly after the start of the K-9 Unit.  Original founding members created bylaws. These were created by K-9 handlers, for K-9 handlers. The Police K-9 Association was created to help get the equipment, training needed to be a successful K-9 team.  There are costs in starting and maintaining a successful K-9 program. City and county financial expenses often cut out needed equipment, to maintain policing in other areas. That is where the Police K-9 Association assists these agencies.  

We help offset the cost in training, equipment, and medical needs of both active, and retired K-9’s…

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Deputy Beohm



“I appreciate PK9A’s support of current K9 as well as how they reach out to assist once you lose your Retired K9. Also, I like the idea of not only making your partner more tactical through various exercises but they train the handlers to become more tactical as well, which creates a solid partnership. I’ll be starting this spring introducing new techniques to my 3rd K9 (Omar)”
Deputy Beohm
K-9 Otis
Carroll County Sheriff’s Office

Ptlm. Eubanks



“The reason K-9 Breeze and I love being In the association is that it’s more than just a bunch of guys coming to train. It’s a family of brothers and their K-9 partners. We come together for one cause; to succeed on the streets and to Conquer all evil. The Association also helps All K-9 handlers succeed while on and off the job, while bringing multiple agencies together to be available to help each handler succeed daily.”
Ptlm. Eubanks
K-9 Breeze
Cambridge Police Department

Ptlm. Garber



“PK9A provides training, equipment and experience to K9 teams that’s priceless. Without the association our K-9 unit would not be as successful, nor where it is today without the Police K-9 Association.”
Ptlm. Garber
K-9 Simon
Salem Police Department