Friday, January 22, 2016

Deputy Mike Lilley And K-9 Neko Graduate From Academy

LABELLE, FL. -- Hendry County Sheriff Steve Whidden is pleased to announce that Hendry County K-9 Deputy Mike Lilley and his K-9 partner Neko, graduated from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Canine Patrol and Narcotics Academy on Tuesday, January 15, 2016.

The Canine Patrol and Narcotics Academy is a six (6) month academy. Deputy Lilley and K-9 Neko are certified through the Florida Law Enforcement Canine Association (FLECA) in standardized certification in narcotics detection, man tracking and patrol. K-9 Neko is a 2 year old Belgian Malinoi/Shepherd mix. Before coming to the Hendry County Sheriff's Office, Deputy Lilley worked for Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission as a law enforcement officer and canine handler.

“I am very proud of the accomplishments of both D/S M. Lilley and K-9 Neko. Both are a tremendous asset to the Hendry County Sheriff’s Office”, said Sheriff Steve Whidden.

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