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K-9 Dog will be visiting Ketchikan High School


February 09, 2011
Wednesday PM

(SitNews) Ketchikan, Alaska - The Ketchikan Police Department’s K-9 officer will soon be making regular appearances at Ketchikan High School. K-9 officer Booker, accompanied by his handler Officer Devin Miller, will first be at Ketchikan High School on February 14.

This scheduled visit will occur at 3:15 p.m. and will involve Officer Miller and Booker visiting various high school locations for the purposes of training and acclimation.

In addition, Officer Miller and Booker MAY be in the high school February 15 and 16 during parent teacher conferences for the purposes of meeting the public and MAY be present in the school during the February 26th dance.  Quoting a news release from the Ketchikan Gateway School District, if Booker is at the school during the dance, the dog will not be in the actual gymnasium but MAY be in the parking lot, the entrance and various other locations within the school.  The district says the purpose of Booker’s presence during the dance is to acclimate and/or train to work in the high school.

Starting March 1, 2011, all visitations will be by administrative request or by random appearance and will occur both during and after school.



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Ketchikan Gateway Borough School District

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