Plainfield Police Officer and K9 Graduate from State Police Narcotics Detection Training
This article was published on: 08/19/17 1:58 AM by Mike Minarsky
On August 18, 2017 Plainfield Police Department K9 Officer Daniel Wolfburg and his Labrador K9 partner, Vail, graduated from the Connecticut State Police Academy Narcotics Detection K9 Course.
K9 Officer Wolfburg and Vail began their training with the 189th class on July 12th. The class consisted of ten other graduates who trained six days a week with their K9 partners. During training Vail developed the ability to detect the odor of various narcotics. Their training environments included residential, motor vehicle, and open areas.
K9 Officer Wolfburg and Vail are scheduled to return to their regular patrol duties. The Plainfield Police Department is excited to use their newly trained duo in conjunction with K9 Officer Ken Davidson and his German Shepard K9 partner, Vader, to combat narcotics in the Town of Plainfield.
Most of all the Plainfield Police Department would like to thank the community for their donations and support of the K9 program.