Show Off Your Detection Dogs

Whether they are searching for survivors, drugs, explosives or other things, K-9s play an important role in protecting schools, universities and hospitals. If your institution has a K-9, or if you work with a local first responder who helps you conduct K-9-assisted searches, we want to see those pooches in action!

Here, the West Virginia University Police Department shows off one of its bomb detection dogs.

Send your photos, along with a brief description of your dog’s duties (and names) to Campus Safety Executive Robin Hattersley Gray at

Be sure to put in the E-mail subject line “K-9 Photos” 

You, your dogs, your department and your campus just might appear on!

Here are some examples of Campus Safety photo galleries:


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