Temecula Police K9 Teams

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Temecula Police K9 Teams

The of Temecula Police Department two highly skilled K9 teams. The value of these K-9 teams in the ability of each dog’s sense of sight, smell, and which aid in the search of drugs, and buildings. In addition, the K-9 teams a positive public image of the expertise and efficiency.

They can be patrolling throughout the City and at special events, serving as a deterrent to crime and as ambassadors for the The Police Department K-9s are in obedience, agility, evidence building searches, and apprehension The two K9 teams include:

Corporal and Astin:

Corporal Chad started working as a K9 handler in the of Temecula in June 2010 and has with the City since Corporal Staat has been the Riverside County Sheriff’s for ten years, working for Court and serving the Lake Elsinore contract. He has been assigned to boat patrol, and motorcycle enforcement.

Prior to going joining the County Sheriff’s Department, he as a Reserve Deputy in Temecula for years. He holds a Bachelor of in Public Administration from Cal University.

In February of 2011, Staat chose a two-year-old Shepherd named Astin as his Astin was born and trained in and receives all commands in Czech. and Corporal Staat went 12 weeks of intensive training, they bonded as a team and to search for evidence, narcotics, and Astin and Corporal Staat in their first K9 trials in and placed 4th overall in searching for

We have high hopes for and he and Corporal Staat look to serving the citizens of Temecula for years to come.

Deputy Cramer and Rudy:

Matthew Cramer has been the Riverside County Sheriff’s for six years and has worked at the Perris and Stations. While working for the Department, Deputy Cramer has had the to patrol in the communities of Perris, Lake, Menifee, Nuevo, Mead Valley, and Cabazon.

Cramer is currently assigned as a K9 in Temecula with his partner, Rudy is a five year old Malinois from Holland. is trained to detect hidden to locate hidden articles of to apprehend dangerous suspects, and to and locate fleeing and hidden Deputy Cramer and Rudy been patrolling in the City of since November of 2010 and successfully located and apprehended of fleeing felons.

Rudy has also located leading to the arrests of approximately suspects. Rudy has received a 2nd and a 3rd place award for evidence in the Riverside County 15th and Annual Police K9 Trials. Cramer and Rudy are proud to in the City of Temecula and strive night to keep the city and partners safe from who would cause them

Our K9 teams are invaluable in the fight narcotics and for apprehending suspects reducing the risk of injury to officers.

K9 Unit Retirement Kaos

On January 25, 2007, the of Temecula and the Temecula Police announced the retirement of K-9 “KAOS,” a year-old Czech Shepherd. services were a very part of the success in the apprehension of and the detection of contraband during his plus years of service to the of Temecula. Corporal Harry and his partner Kaos have with the Temecula Police since December 2001.

Kaos will officially on April 6, 2007.

Although his was cut short due to medical problems, accomplishments were unprecedented. worked an average of 60 to 70 hours a He was instrumental in locating and seizing $35 Million dollars worth of and alerting on over $92,000 of drug related cash. He to over 480 burglary and robbery calls.

Kaos assisted the apprehension of 322 suspects, ensuring the of his fellow officers and maintained containment on 54 crime scenes. Kaos’ service he participated in a of K-9 Trials winning numerous at including the Top Dog Award at the 2005 K9 Trials Public Safety During the 2006 Western Police and Fire Games, Harry Cohen and “Kaos” unprecedented success winning top as “Top Dog”: Kaos won in all the major categories:


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Overall Top Dog – Gold

Area Search – Gold

Protection – Gold Medal

– Silver Medal


Overall Narcotics Dog – Silver

Narcotics Vehicle Search – Medal

Building Search – Medal

Most recently he in the 2006 Sheriff K-9 Trials Safety Expo and received awards and honors.

Kaos’ is a loss to the City of Temecula and to the Department. Kaos’ friendly when not on-duty made him a ambassador for the Police Department at and facility openings, safety and local schools and community promoting awareness of narcotics and crime prevention.

Corporal Cohen’s new partner have some big paws to as Kaos set a high standard for any K-9 Police Service Dog.

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