Osage County Sheriff’s Office the use of K-9 Officers who are trained in a variety of canine policing tactics. Currently, the unit is headed by Deputy Kevin Young.
K-9 Narc is a 5-year-old Belgian Malinois who was trained in Tulsa, Ok by Torchlight K-9 and donated to the Osage County Sheriff’s office in January 2018.
K-9 Narc is partnered by Deputy Grant West who has been employed with the Osage County Sheriff’s Office since 2015. Narc and Deputy West enjoy training together and since the two became partners the two have completed the mandatory state Certification and continue to train.
Narc is a dual purpose K-9 that qualifies him for article searches, Narcotics detection, criminal apprehension, and tracking. When Narc is off duty he enjoys playing fetch and hanging out inside with Deputy West and his family.
K-9 Roy is a 4-year-old Belgian Malinois and is partnered with Sgt. Kevin Young. Roy arrived in the United States from the Netherlands in May of 2015. Roy was trained by Torchlightk9 in Tulsa Oklahoma and Roy came to the Sheriff’s Office in June of 2015 after training. Roy is CLEET certified in narcotics and is trained in article search, tracking and handler protection. Since Roy came to the Sheriff’s Office he has located a countless amount of illegal narcotics and drug paraphernalia.2016 Statistics: