The ways that K-9’s assist our community according to Chief of Police James P. Pfister are
Canines are a visible deterrent.
Canines detect and locate illegal drugs that have been concealed.
Canines track criminals who have fled the scene.
Canines search for missing persons.
They are seeking donations for these essential needs for the K-9 and its handler. If you are able to donate and help achieve this worthy cause here are the ways.
Attend one of these upcoming events
November 16, 2022 at Wine Maniacs 114 N Main Street, Oconomowoc, WI 53006 at 6:00P.M. The cost for the dinner will be $200.00 per person. There is a maximum of 60 spots for this event. To learn more about Wine Maniacs please log on to http://www.winemaniacs.com/
January 29, 2023 at Coco’s 151 St Paul Street, Oconomowoc, WI 53006 at 6:00P.M. Further details to follow as the event gets closer.
To learn more about Coco’s log on to https://cocossteakhouse.com/
June 2, 2023 at Buddy’s Beach Bungalow and Cornerstone Pub and Eatery will be hosting Bands at the Beach – Summer Concert Series. The opening band will be “The Love Monkeys” starting at 7:00 P.M. All proceeds will go to the Oconomowoc Police K9 Fund.
To learn more about Buddy’s Beach Bungalow log on to https://buddyswi.org/
To learn more about the Cornerstone Sports Pub and Eatery log on to https://cornerstonepuboconomowoc.com/
We thank these businesses for helping with this worthy cause to make Oconomowoc a safer place.
Pictured below are some of the K9 team from Waukesha
K9 units have proven to be amazing aids in helping with law enforcement.
Thank you to Waukesha Police for leading the way to strengthen the Counties K9 Teams
We thank all of Law Enforcement members for their commitment to make our communities safer for all.