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5650 W. 75th Place
Burbank, IL 60459 (708) 924-7300

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The K-9 Division

 

 

 

The objective of the Burbank Police Department's K-9 Unit is to provide the Department with an additional specialized Unit to increase the effectiveness in the detection and prevention of crime as well as the apprehension of criminals. The K-9 Unit provides a tangible service to the Department and has a psychological effect on the criminal activity within the Community.

The greatest value of our K-9 lies in his keen senses of sight, smell, and hearing which aid in the search for drugs, persons, and of buildings. The K-9 Unit provides a positive public image of the Department's expertise and efficiency.

The Burbank Police Department's K-9, Officer Lary and Officer Fram, are trained in obedience, agility, evidence searches, building searches and apprehension work. The officers and their K-9 partners have received thousands of hours of training in drug detection, tracking, and suspect apprehension.

 

Pictured Below are the Burbank Police Departmentís K-9 Team.



Officer Tudryn & Lary (left)  and Sgt. Perovich & Fram (right)

 

 

 


 

Burbank Police Department's
Sgt. Perovich K-9 Partner, Kazan


In May 2005, Sgt. Perovich and K-9 officer Kazan successfully located and apprehended a drug trafficker transporting 300 lbs of marijuana from Texas to Illinois. The suspect has since been convicted on all charges. Both are to be commended for their fine work in the war on drugs.

 

 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of Burbank Police Departmentís K-9, Kazan, due to medical complications during emergency surgery. Kazan had been serving the Burbank Police Department since January 2004 and previously served with the Chicago Heights Police Department. K-9 Kazan turned 9 years old on March 1st 2008.


End of Watch: March 02, 2008

 

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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