Police K-9 teams to gather for competition
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Top police K-9 talent from around California will converge on South San Francisco this week for two days of high-level competition, trials and recognition.
The South San Francisco Police Department K-9 Unit will host the second annual K-9 Trial Competition along with Western States Police Canine Association at South San Francisco High School located at 400 B St.
The hosts are expecting more than 40 police K-9 teams from Northern and Southern California to compete in various events that will be open to the public beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, including a hidden suspect search, an agility phase, an obedience phase and suspect apprehension. Admission will be free.
Today's event, a narcotics search phase, will be closed to the public.
For more information on the K-9 trials competition, contact South San Francisco police Officer Blake Molyneux at (650) 255-4277 or (650) 829-7226.
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