Photo by Les Stukenberg.
Originally Published: July 20, 2016 11:42 a.m.
Hundreds of people got a chance to see law enforcement K-9's and their handlers from around Arizona demonstrate their skills during a public demonstration at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds Tuesday night.
With over 70 officers and their K-9 partners in Prescott for the K-9 Officer Survival Seminar which is part of the 24th annual Arizona Law Enforcement Canine Association of which many participated in the demonstration Tuesday night. K-9's showed their skills at narcotics, money and bomb detection, suspect take down both stationary and running and working with a SWAT team during the 90 minute presentation.
Highlighting the evening was an impromptu hard dog competition between 8 dogs. Winning the night by a crowd applause was Roco a Peoria Police Department K-9.
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