Chief Botieri's Welcome
Plymouth PD SWAT Team is a memberDSC_0034
Sgt. Vecchi in the Bearcat Armored SWAT VehicleDSC_0004
Chief, Sergeant and Cadet Look over a MotorcycleDSC_0003
Plymouth Police Academy Cadet shows a visitor a police motorcycle.DSC_0007
Plymouth Police Academy Cadet shows a visitor a police motorcycle.DSC_0008
A family enjoys the dayDSC_0006
Plymouth Sheriff's Mobile Command CenterDSC_0020
Citizens check out a cruiser
Citizens check out a cruiserDSC_0021
Meet Officer Glowka and K9 ShirleyDSC_0039
Looks like he approves!
A citizen gets behind the wheelDSC_0042
Police horses are popular. Sgt. Reed supervises the visits by citizens.DSC_0025
Officer Dana Goodwin tells visitors about Marine One.DSC_0032
Citizen's Police Academy Alumni helped too.
Sgt Emanuel demonstrates maneuverability of a police motorcycle.
He did several passes doing a slalom through the cones.
Motorcycle officers have been specially trained to handle Police bikes in all situations.
They are valuable because they can go where other vehicles can't.
Our motorcycles are specially designed for police work.
The Plymouth Police Department utilizes Harley Davidson Police motorcycles
One of our 3 K9 Cruisers - Now for the K9 Demonstration.
Sgt. Manfredi with kids at Sacred Heart Elementary School
Officer Higgins explains the action.
And keeps going
K9 Cain is off like a rocket after the suspect.
Officer Higgins sends his K9 partner Cain after the suspect
Officer Higgins started to search him but the suspect bolted.
This guy looks really suspicious!
The struggle begins on the ground.
Cain keeps the suspect busy while Officer Higgins closes in.
Cain won't let go before Officer gives him the signal.
Getting ready to release.
Officer Higgins and Cain work together to stand him up.
But the guy runs again. This would never happen in real life but this is a show.
Cains lets go!
Here we go again!
Catch Me If You Can.
Homing in like a missile.
You Ain't Going Anywhere Sir!
OK time to let go again.
Cain watches the suspect run away. He has a good memory.
Officer Higgins moves in to help his partner.
No rush Boss, I got this! I have a mouthful.
Down he goes!
And around we go!
Contact made his momentum spins the suspect around.
K9 Cain becomes airborne at about 30 mph ready the grab the suspect.
Cain loves doing this! To him it is a game.
Well how did I do today Boss?
You did great Cain!
Officer Higgins narrates the event.
Drug detection dogs are never given drugs, they just sniff the out.
K9 Shirley can find drugs anywhere!
Shirley knows it is time to go to work.
When Officer Glowka puts a special collar on K9 Shirley she knows it is time to go to work.
Let's see if anyone else has drugs.
Shirley's nose marks the spot! She puts her nose right on the source.
Shirley is rewarded with food for a job well done.
If this was a real suspect his day just went wrong, but he is a volunteer.
Another hit. More food for Shirley. Food is Shirley's paycheck.
Shirley indicates on another suspect.
Shirley found something!
Wrapping things up with a final check.
But only went back to the first suspect. Drug smell lingers on.
OK Shirley you don't get overtime you already got paid for this one.