K9 Dakar is a male German Shepherd Police
Dog born in Hungary on 08/12/07. K9 Dakar was imported to the United States in 2009 and issued to Deputy Terence Hoffman. K9 Dakar is a patrol K9 and is certified in
narcotics detection, tracking, building searches, evidence recovery, area searches and handler protection.
K9 Dok is a male German Shepherd Police Service Dog born 07-27-2010 in
Belgium. K9 Dok was imported into the United States in 2012 and assigned to his Handler Matther Goncher. K9 Dok is a multipurpose Patrol K9 certified in explosive
detection, tracking, building searches, evidence recovery, area searches and handler protection.
K9 Gino is a male German Shepherd who was
born on 8/15/06 in Hungary. He was assigned in November 2009 to his handler, Deputy Bill Gatske. K9 Gino is a dual purpose patrol K9 certified in explosive detection, tracking
suspects and lost people, building searches, evidence recovery, apprehensions and handler protection. K9 Gino’s loyalty, courage and intelligence makes him a valuable
member of the Sheriiff’s Office.
K9 Tyront is a male Belgian Malinois Police Service Dog.
He was born in the Country of Hungary. K9 Tyront was imported into the United States in 2010 and issued to his Handler, Deputy Nicholas Wolf. K9 Tyront is a multipurpose
patrol K9. He is certified in narcotics detection, tracking, building searches, evidence recovery, suspect apprehension, and handler protection. K9 Tyront and
Deputy Wolf are also assigned to the Kane County Special Weapons and Tactics Team. (S.W.A.T.)
A K-9's Promise
I will lay down my life for you
And expect nothing but love in return.
I will protect my officer with my life,
And would gladly replace his life for mine.
I am sent in to find lost children
And fugitives on the run.
I find Drugs and weapons and even bombs.
I am the first sent in and often the last to leave,
I am the nose and ears of my officer.
I will protect and serve him.
I would die for him and for you.
I only ask for compassion and a kind word.
The Police K9 has become a unique and sophisticated tool which enhances Police
The Department of Justice believes that a well established and properly trained Police K9 Unit dramatically reduces potential risks to Police Officers and is a psychological deterrent to criminals. Statistics have proven that the Police K9 often offers an alternative to Police Officers being forced to use deadly force and drastically minimizes assaults and injuries inflicted on Officers by Offenders.
The Kane County Sheriff's Office began utilizing Police K9's in the early 1960's.
The K9 Unit has developed a positive image in the community and is well supported
by upstanding Citizens. The Sheriff's K9 Unit has proven to be an immeasurable
asset to the local Law Enforcement Community and an outstanding service program
to the citizens of Kane County.
K-9 Unit Success Stories
- Apprehended offender in hostage situation.
- Found a lost two year old child who would have died if left out in the
- Apprehended two subjects fleeing the scene of a home invasion.
- Recovered 900 lbs of marijuana during an interstate interdiction detail
- Have been used to successfully end several S.W.A.T. incidents
- Several hundred arrests have been made by K9 indications for narcotics.
All our Dogs are certified by the North American Police Work Dog Association
and the Illinois Police Work Dog Association. Areas
of certification are: tracking, narcotics detection, explosive detection,
building searches, evidence recovery, and handler protection. Our explosive
detection dogs are certified by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
We need to raise additional funds for K9 training. We cannot do this without your help and involvement.
Your Donation is tax deductible.
How to donate:
Please contact Deputy Nick Wolf at (630) 232-6840 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.