K9 Unit

The Noblesville Police Department K-9 Unit is currently staffed and equipped with three (3) K-9 Teams. The officers assigned to these teams are specially trained with their particular dog. The officers must first go through a selection process to become assigned to the K-9 Unit and then must attend a 6-8 week training academy. During the academy training, the officer and his dog are taught various topics to include legal issues, tracking techniques, drug detection techniques and apprehension techniques. The officers and their dogs are also required to undergo re-certification and attend monthly training as a matter of department policy.
 
The Noblesville Police Department K-9 Unit is assigned to the patrol and investigations divisions and is divided up among our patrol shifts.  Each shift is assigned a K-9 team.  This allows a K-9 team to be on duty for each shift, every day of the week. 
 
The Noblesville Police Department is fortunate to have two uniquely trained types of dogs. Part of our K-9 teams are trained specifically for drug detection and the other team is trained for bomb detection. Our K-9 Unit is a vital function in our role as law enforcement professionals and this Unit provides weekly, if not daily, dividends to our efforts in combating crime here in the City of Noblesville.
For more information about the K9 program or to schedule a demonstration, please contact Ofc. Brandon Brooks by calling (317) 776-6340 or by e-mail at bbrooks@noblesville.in.us
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Brandon Brooks, Patrol Officer
Public Safety Building (more)
135 S 9th St
Noblesville, IN 46060

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