Worcester PD K9 Ace Receives Narcotics Detection Certification

by | Sep 13, 2019 | Headlines, News

WORCESTER – On Friday, the Worcester Police Department [WPD] announced that K9 Ace has completed his narcotics detection certificaiton.

K9 Ace and his handler, Officer Joseph Francese, received the certification from the Boston Police K9 Academy after completing six weeks of training. 

K9 Ace is a two year old Belgian Malinois. He has been with the department for a year.

 

Worcester PD K9 Ace Receives Narcotics Detection Certification 2

K9 Ace and Officer Joseph Francese/Worcester PD- Facebook

 

Lead photo: K9 Ace and Officer Joseph Francese/Worcester PD- Facebook


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