K-9 Unit 

The La Crosse Police Department K-9 Unit is currently made up of three K-9 teams which include the handler and the canine.

K-9 Zaback



K-9 Luc



K-9 Bill


 

K-9 Ralph

Retired 8/1/2016

K-9 Brutus

Retired 9/13/2017

K-9 Grumman


Retired 7/5/2017


Having a K-9 unit is a great tool for the La Crosse Police Department. Police K-9s are instrumental to law enforcement because they can:

  • Track missing persons or criminals;
  • Access physical spaces where it would be impossible or too dangerous for a human to maneuver;
  • Increase the efficiency and effectiveness when utilized to complete detection duties in large or difficult searches;
  • Provide the handler and other law enforcement with an added measure of protection;
  • Deter criminals from committing crime in areas where a police canine is deployed, or at times of the day when the canine is working;
  • Act as a tremendous public relations tool; and
  • Provide demonstrations at grade schools, businesses, or community events.

For more information on K-9s, visit the following:

LCPD K-9s

Contact Information

Sergeant Jon Wenger
K-9 Unit Supervisor

Officer Ron Secord
K-9 Handler, Grumman
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