Bainbridge Public Safety Officer Gets K9 Partner

By | May 17, 2017

The Bainbridge Public Safety Department welcomed a new member of the squad this week.  Officer Jayson Myers, a 3 and a half year veteran of the force will be handling “Kenzo” who is trained in narcotics detection and tracking.  In a facebook post, BPS noted that the duo had recently completed training in Dooly County and would be hitting the streets soon.

Officer Jayson Myers and Kenzo. Photo Courtesy of Bainbridge Public Safety.

“Bainbridge Georgia…meet KENZO!  Kenzo, a young German Shepherd, will be two years old in November.  He and his handler, Officer Jayson Myers, just completed 4 weeks (160 hours) of training in Dooly County.  Kenzo is trained in “Narcotic Detection & Tracking” and will be a valuable member of the Bainbridge Public Safety Department!”

Officer Myers and Kenzo were recognized by the Mayor and City Council Tuesday night and are pictured below with Mayor Edward Reynolds, Chief Jerry Carter and Deputy Chief Frank Green.

Mayor Edward Reynolds welcomes Kenzo to the Bainbridge Public Safety squad at Tuesday night’s City Council Meeting. Photo Courtesy of Bainbridge Public Safety.

Pictured L to R: Mayor Edward Reynolds, Chief Jerry Carter, Officer Jayson Myers, Kenzo, and Deputy Director Frank Green. Photo Courtesy of Bainbridge Public Safety.



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