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Dispatch - (801) 852-6210
City Center Building (East Entrance) LOCATION
48 S 300 W
Provo, UT 84601
Oct 16 Oct 15
Provo Police K9 Loki is retiring. Loki has served faithfully for six years. He joined the Provo Police Department in 2011. Since that time, he has served the citizens of Provo by making innumerable drug searches, suspect encounters, and by engaging in continuous community outreach. Loki was able to help put bad guys in jail, and then during the same shift entertain and educate school kids. Cub Scouts loved to come to the police station to meet K9 Loki and learn about police work. His investigative skill and community outreach efforts made him one of our best all-around community police officers, and that is saying something, because we have some excellent ones.
Loki's nose led officers to hundreds of drug seizures of all sizes. He found everything from small drug stashes, to two pounds of well-hidden methamphetamine inside a car bumper, to four pounds of marijuana inside a car tire.
Even though Loki is only 7 1/2 years old, some recent debilitating health concerns are forcing him into an early retirement. Loki has been battling complications with a liver disease, and back pain. The Police Department is looking for a new K9, but we are pleased that Loki will retire to the permanent care of his current partner, Officer Nielsen. Please give a salute to K9 Loki to share our appreciation for his service.