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K-9 joins DeKalb Co. Community Corrections Unit

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The K-9 is being used to make sure drugs and guns don't show up to community corrections programs, such as the DeKalb County Change Academy..

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Transcript: K-9 joins DeKalb Co. Community Corrections Unit

member of the dekalb county community corrections unit... a police k-9 has joined the ranks.the k-9 previously served as a school resource officer with the sheriff's department. wfft's cody butler has more.

"the k-9 is being used to make sure drugs and guns don't show up to community corrections programs, such as the dekalb county change academy." "i thought this was a grea opportunity for us to go into that realm with an experienced handler and experienced dog." brownie, and his handler tim baker joined dekalb county community corrections from the dekalb county sheriff's department in august after serving four years as a school resource officer at dekalb central schools.

"after 39 years in law enforcement with four different agencies, i decided i'd like to come to community corrections and have a slight change in direction with my career." brownie is trained to search for six different illegal drugs including heroin and meth, as well as guns.community corrections executive director kelly knauer says brownie will search offices, county's alternative education program for students who are expelled, and homes of people on home detention.she adds having brownie on staff will help the center transitions into a new facility that's expected to be built on the county farm.

"he'll be available to do a more thorough search, searching more often than what we've been able to do in the past.

"it will be a whole lot easier for a k-9 to search the facility than 1, 2, 3, or four officers to go through it and search." "adding brownie t the community corrections didn't cost anything because brownie was already property of dekalb county, in auburn, cody butler, wfft local




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