Toronto Police Service to Consider Donation of Armoured K9 Vests
Posted On November 14, 2017
An anonymous corporate donor is offering to equip some canine members of Toronto’s police force with armoured vests designed to protect them from sharp weapons.
The Toronto Police Services Board is to consider the offer of 18 vests at its meeting on Thursday.
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders says in a brief to the board that the donor came forward after Lonca, a canine with the force, was seriously injured last year by a suspect armed with a machete.
“It is only appropriate that we provide them with the necessary equipment to protect them from harm,”
- Sgt. Hung
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