May 17, 2021
  • 5:48 pm Record payout for race slur
  • 5:47 pm Get in on the Act
  • 5:46 pm Moving on up
  • 5:46 pm Call for more training to deal
  • 5:45 pm Firms must not forget ‘soft’ side of IIP

first_imgDelaware County Sheriff Craig S. DuMond says he has “full and complete confidence” in the two’s abilities to do their job. (WBNG) — The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office announced the graduations of Eli the German Shepherd and Deputy Sheriff Kyle Karcher from the K9 Narcotics Detector School in Goshen, N.Y. The announcement was made Monday morning. After eight weeks of training, Eli and his handler, Deputy Karcher, are certified to enforce the official duties of a K9 team in New York. “Today is a very proud day for Deputy Karcher, K9 Eli and all the members of the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office. Their professional and dedicated service to the people of Delaware County are a credit to their team and the Office of Sheriff,” he said in an official press release sent to 12 News. RELATED: Delaware County Sheriff announces new K9, handler joining its ranks K9 Eli and Deputy Karcher will spend spring 2020 training for discipline, handler protection and tracking.last_img