The Los Angeles County Police Canine Association will be holding its 19th Annual Police Canine Demonstration and Educational Public Safety Fair on Saturday, July 21st, 2018, at Redondo Beach Union High School – Sea Hawk Bowl. The Educational Public Safety Fair starts at 1:00 P.M. and will consist of law enforcement, commercial, military displays, animal related booths, exhibits, pet adoption and pet related companies, and offers the public an opportunity to meet and speak with various police K-9 teams and their dogs.
The demonstration will begin at 3:00 P.M. and features police K-9 teams from Law Enforcement Agencies representing over 32 municipal, county, and federal police jurisdictions. The exhibition will showcase abilities such as obedience, agility, searching, narcotics detection, and apprehension exercises. Among the highlight of the event will be mock crime scenarios involving K-9 units and various SWAT deployments.
The Los Angeles County Police Canine Association is a nonprofit organization comprised of police K-9 handlers from police agencies in Los Angeles County. Proceeds from the event will assist and aid the following:
- Support in case a police officer is injured or killed in the line of duty.
- Care for retired police service dogs. The LACPCA provides veterinary care for retired service dogs.
- Training of Police K9 units, which may include outside experts, equipment acquisition, and/or seminars.
The Los Angeles County Police Canine Association members are dedicated to receiving the highest quality training available in order to provide the best possible service to their communities. For additional information, advertising, and/or tickets or vendor information call Jason at (310) 390-2472. For interviews contact Mike Goosby at (213) 305-4654.