Police K9s put their lives on the line every day to protect their handlers, fellow officers, and civilians. KILO-9 is helping return the favor.
Remembering Sergeant Conley Jumper
Sgt. Jumper passed away in the line of duty on Tuesday, October 20, 2020. Sgt. Jumper served the Greenville County Sherriff’s Office and the men and women of Greenville County for 28 years. During that time, he was accompanied by canine partners, K9 Vito, K9 Rik, K9 Vinnie (pictured), and K9 Tango.
Sgt. Jumper was an amazing K9 handler and someone we are proud to have called teammate. His family has blessed us with the privilege of accepting donations in his honor to continue our mission of serving other K9 handlers. Please donate in Sgt. Conley Jumper’s honor.
In the Line of Duty, Every Second Matters
Police K9 handlers must maintain their composure in stressful situations to maximize the chances of survival. Existing training programs don’t adequately equip these officers to think clearly under pressure to provide necessary first aid for their K9 partners.
KILO-9 is on a mission is to change that. We provide relevant and realistic training to law enforcement officers so that they can provide critical life-saving treatment in the field to injured K9s.
Real-life Scenarios for Real Officers
The workshop… was by far the most critically important to a K9 Officers survival I have ever attended. The training was practical and relative to teaching officers critical incident skills.P.O. Troy CaiseyHead K9 Trainer
Boston Police K9 Unit
I’ve been in the military/police for 15 years now and this was hands down the BEST training I have ever been to.Tara Lee BurkeSummerville Police K9 Unit
The true warriors, the ones that will make a difference... are the ones that you made the biggest impact on in this class and I think at the end of the day that’s really what your guys are concerned about… You guys are top-notch. Could not be more impressed.Matt ToutAlpharetta Police Department