Not too long ago, Sharon Hanson, VP of STAND T.A.L.L. contacted Deputy Jonathan Luchak, Polk County Okay-9 chief to ask him if there have been some objects his group wanted for his or her Okay-9 coaching that weren’t of their present finances.
Deputy Luchak supplied us with an inventory of a number of objects that will improve the coaching functionality of the Okay-9 handlers. Ms. Hanson, working with Ron Kauffman, President of STAND TALL acquired the Board’s approval to buy a number of objects to donate for the Okay-9 division’s coaching functionality.
Objects that STAND T.A.L.L. not too long ago funded embody two lined 10×10 canine pens to accommodate two of their Okay-9 canine, a drug coaching wall for narcotic search coaching, an ice hockey helmet to guard officers who position play as criminals which might be hiding to forestall bites to their faces and heads, and a chunk sleeve to make use of so the Okay-9s don’t affiliate their required aggressive conduct after they see an officer carrying a full chunk go well with.
These items of kit, costing virtually $2,000, have been bought and have been delivered and put into use. Deputy Luchak, on behalf of Sheriff Tim Wright and Chief Deputy Jeff Ramsey of the PCSO, delivered a letter from the PCSO to thank them for his or her generosity. The letter acknowledged, “We’re very grateful. I can’t inform you how a lot it means to us to have a corporation like STAND T.A.L.L. obtainable to step as much as assist us.”
Ron Kauffman mentioned, “STAND T.A.L.L. is now seeking to the residents of Polk County to assist increase the funds wanted to proceed to buy extra objects wanted for the Okay-9s of the PCSO. The officers and their Okay-9s are working to guard the folks of Polk County, and it could be fantastic if the residents of the county would present their appreciation by contributing to assist us present them with the extra gear they should assist them higher carry out their duties.”
Your donation to assist our fundraising efforts are welcome. For added details about STAND T.A.L.L. go to their web site at www.thestandtall.org. You might attain them by e-mail at email@example.com and by phone at (828) 393-0900.