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114 S. Missouri Ave.
Claremore, Oklahoma 74017

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M-F 8am-12pm / 1pm-5pm

Amos G. Ward
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201 South Cherokee Ave.
Claremore, Oklahoma 74017


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Rogers County K-9 Unit is responsible for working drugs as part of their normal daily schedule. It may be as simple as arresting someone on a traffic stop for possession of drugs or as complex as working a large case which can take time. 

Rogers County K-9 Unit consists of:

Kai and his handler, Cpl. Danielle Hamilton

K-9 "Kai" is a Dutch Shepherd. He is a multipurpose K-9 which means he detects the odor of narcotics, apprehends criminals, does track work, and article searches. Kai became a K-9 Deputy with our agency in June of 2018 and since then has helped find pounds of narcotics that have been taken off of the streets. 

Kai's favorite toy is his blue Kong ball, he also has a stuffed animal teddy bear he enjoys playing with on his time off. He loves to play in the water and his favorite food is McDonald's chicken nuggets. 


Loki and his Handler, Deputy Sarah Haslett

Loki was born on Jan 26, 2019.
He is a Brindle Dutch Shepard.
He loves to train/play. He loves "bite work" and finding narcotics. 
In his off time, he likes to play in the water and find sticks. 



Ace and his handler, Deputy Austin Fullerton

Ace is a Dutch Shepherd, he will be three in July. He is certified in narcotics, Human tracking, article searches, and criminal apprehension. 




Micah and her handler Deputy Will Draper

K-9 Micah is an AKC Bloodhound born in Kentucky 5 Feb 2019
She and her handler Deputy Will Draper are a certified man trailing team and assist the community and SAR in finding lost or stranded persons, as well as fugitives from the law.
Retired K9's
Deputy Scottee Morree and K9 Jack
Deputy Adam Hull and K9 Sandy
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