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KCPD Fuzzy Friends

The Kansas City Missouri Police Department uses dogs and horses to help perform their everyday tasks. The Mounted Patrol (horses) and the K9 Unit (dogs) to help with drug detection. Some divisions also just have "pets" that stick around their station that they adopt in to the KCPD family.


KCPD Fuzzy Friends

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  • Kansas City Missouri Police Department
    Kansas City Missouri Police Department

    It is with very great sadness that we announce the death of one of our canine officers in the line of duty, Brunie. Last Sunday night, he was helping Belton Police search for a suspect in a wooded area. He managed to flush the suspect out of the woods, but somewhere in the woods, it appears he ingested something poisonous. He had been with KCPD since August 2012.

  • Kansas City Missouri Police Department
    Kansas City Missouri Police Department

    He and his partner, Officer Jason Brungardt, won Canine Officer of the Year from the National Police Canine Association this August for this apprehension of an armed robbery suspect: http://www.youtube.com/watc...

It is with very great sadness that we announce the death of one of our canine officers in the line of duty, Brunie. Last Sunday night, he was helping Belton Police search for a suspect in a wooded area. He managed to flush the suspect out of the woods, but somewhere in the woods, it appears he ingested something poisonous. He had been with KCPD since August 2012.

  • Kansas City Missouri Police Department
    Kansas City Missouri Police Department

    He and his partner, Officer Jason Brungardt, won Canine Officer of the Year from the National Police Canine Association this August for this apprehension of an armed robbery suspect: http://www.youtube.com/watc...

  • Lorena Garcia
    Lorena Garcia

    No!!!!!

We helped a woman who has been hoarding cats in the Northland get treatment. The City's Animal Health and Safety officers rounded up more than 100 cats and kittens at properties she rented, and now the Kansas City Pet Project needs help to care for them.

KC Pet Project seeks money, supplies to help seized cats

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Well-known police dog passes away Soty, one of KCPD’s most decorated canines who retired in 2009, has passed away at age 13. His partner was Retired Officer David Magruder, with whom he lived until his death. Soty was featured on the COPS television show finding a suspect who shot an officer. He was assaulted by suspects during two separate arrests (one bit off part of his ear) and was the first to take advantage of a new city ordinance making it a crime to assault a police animal.

  • Kansas City Missouri Police Department
    Kansas City Missouri Police Department

    He also won best bomb dog in the nation and was co-grand marshal of the Kansas City St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

  • Amy Palmer
    Amy Palmer

    Fly free, Soty.

  • Greater Manchester Police
    Greater Manchester Police

    Sad news.

Soty, one of our department's most decorated canines who retired in 2009, passed away. He was featured on COPS finding a suspect who shot an officer, was assaulted during two arrests, won best bomb dog in the nation and was co-grand marshal of the Kansas City St. Patrick's Day Parade.

Kansas City police dog Soty dies

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KCPD and the NCAA Basketball. Police worked hard to keep attendees at the NCAA Big 12 Basketball Tournament safe March 12-15. The event went off without any major incidents.

NCAA Basketball. Police worked hard to keep attendees at the NCAA Big 12 Basketball Tournament safe March 12-15. The event went off without any major incidents.

Police worked hard to keep attendees at the NCAA Big 12 Basketball Tournament safe March 12-15. The event went off without any major incidents.

Sergeant Major, one of our department's longest-serving Mounted Patrol horses, retired today because of an ankle injury. He can no longer do patrol work, but he's going to enjoy life back on the farm of the people who donated him near Cameron, Mo. Here are Several members of the Mounted Patrol Unit.

Sergeant Major, one of our department's longest-serving Mounted Patrol horses, retired today because of an ankle injury. He can no longer do patrol work, but he's going to enjoy life back on the farm of the people who donated him near Cameron, Mo. Officers made the horse his own special retirement cake with oats, molasses, apples, carrots and his favorite: peppermints.

Sergeant Major, one of our department's longest-serving Mounted Patrol horses, retired on August 7, 2013, because of an ankle injury. He can no longer do patrol work, but he's going to enjoy life back on the farm of the people who donated him near Cameron, Mo.

KCPD Officers Help Stray Pit Bull

Car chase ends with our dog catching the suspect

Carjacking suspect arrested after chase

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Crime Lab's Bring Your Dog to Work Day The scientists and crime scene technicians at our Crime Lab hosted "Take Your Dog to Work Day" today, June 21, 2013. As you can see some of the dogs had a little fun playing in the water. The event also was a fund-raiser for T.A.R.A. (The Animal Rescue Alliance) www.tarasdream.org — Kansas City Regional Crime Lab

Crime Lab's Bring Your Dog to Work Day The scientists and crime scene technicians at our Crime Lab hosted "Take Your Dog to Work Day" today, June 21, 2013. As you can see some of the dogs had a little fun playing in the water. The event also was a fund-raiser for T.A.R.A. (The Animal Rescue Alliance) www.tarasdream.org — Kansas City Regional Crime Lab

Crime Lab's Bring Your Dog to Work Day The scientists and crime scene technicians at our Crime Lab hosted "Take Your Dog to Work Day" today, June 21, 2013. As you can see some of the dogs had a little fun playing in the water. The event also was a fund-raiser for T.A.R.A. (The Animal Rescue Alliance) www.tarasdream.org — Kansas City Regional Crime Lab

Crime Lab's Bring Your Dog to Work Day The scientists and crime scene technicians at our Crime Lab hosted "Take Your Dog to Work Day" today, June 21, 2013. As you can see some of the dogs had a little fun playing in the water. The event also was a fund-raiser for T.A.R.A. (The Animal Rescue Alliance) www.tarasdream.org — Kansas City Regional Crime Lab

Officer Diane Engebretson of the North Patrol Division passed away from breast cancer on Sept. 21, 2011. Today, her coworkers, friends and family dedicated a bench to her on the Trail of Heroes, located on the campus of the Police Academy and Shoal Creek Patrol Division. This was Diane Engebretson's dog Logan. He now lives with one of our Deputy Chief's mother.

Members of The Mounted Patrol attended The Central States Saddle Bred Show at Hale Arena on July 26. The officers conducted the opening flag presentation for the event.

Here is an update on our Mounted Patrol barn kittens. Lloyd, Jr., Guinness, Tattoo and Jovi all went to their new homes. Winnie the mom will remain at the Mounted Patrol Section stables to provide mousing services. A special thank you goes out to Michelle at Spay and Neuter Kansas City for taking care of Winnie and her babies.

Here is an update on our Mounted Patrol barn kittens. Lloyd, Jr., Guinness, Tattoo and Jovi all went to their new homes. Winnie the mom will remain at the Mounted Patrol Section stables to provide mousing services. A special thank you goes out to Michelle at Spay and Neuter Kansas City for taking care of Winnie and her babies.

Here is an update on our Mounted Patrol barn kittens. Lloyd, Jr., Guinness, Tattoo and Jovi all went to their new homes. Winnie the mom will remain at the Mounted Patrol Section stables to provide mousing services. A special thank you goes out to Michelle at Spay and Neuter Kansas City for taking care of Winnie and her babies.

Here is an update on our Mounted Patrol barn kittens. Lloyd, Jr., Guinness, Tattoo and Jovi all went to their new homes. Winnie the mom will remain at the Mounted Patrol Section stables to provide mousing services. A special thank you goes out to Michelle at Spay and Neuter Kansas City for taking care of Winnie and her babies.