The Anderson Police Department utilizes both multi-purpose and single - purpose dogs for law enforcement. The department has narcotic detection trained dogs, explosive detection trained dogs and patrol trained dogs.
All handlers and dogs are thoroughly vetted, trained and certified before working the streets. Our canine program offers demonstrations and public events in addition to their patrol duties.
Always remember that police canines are working dogs, and you should always ask the officer handler before attempting to approach or pet one!
Officer Darron Granger is currently assigned to Midnight Shift with his canine partner "Harry". Harry is a Dutch Shepard dual purpose trained in explosive detection and patrol.
Officer Marty Dulworth is currently assigned to Community Policing his partner "Rico". Rico is a German Shepard dual purpose trained in narcotics detection and patrol.
Officer Jarrett is currently assigned to Evening Shift with his partner "Duke". Duke is a malinois dual purpose trained in narcotics detection and patrol.
** NOT PICTURED is the handler for Pseudo who is assigned to the Drug Task Force.
IN MEMORIAM "The wicked flee when no man pursueth, but the righteous are bold as a lion."
The following canine partners will long be remembered for their service and sacrifices made for their partners, their fellow officers and the citizens we serve.