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Verbatim: Indiana State Police releases 2011 K-9 program stats

From a statement received Wednesday morning from the Indiana State Police:

Fort Wayne - Sgt. Tony Knox of the Indiana State Police has released statistics from the K-9 program for 2011. There are presently 28 full service K-9 teams statewide.

  • Searches (Narcotics) 2116
  • Searches (All Others) 908
  • Arrests 929
  • Tracks 139
  • Apprehensions 47
  • Assists for other agencies 1048
  • Marijuana seizures (pounds) 3049.78
  • Cocaine seizures (pounds) 106.40
  • Meth seizures (pounds) 3.07
  • Heroin seizures (pounds) 2.92
  • Total cash seizures $3,484,895

The Indiana State Police is committed to the use of its K-9 program, as a valuable asset to the public and other law enforcement agencies, in addressing crimes and offenders with diligent, conscientious and proactive initiatives.

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