State’s Attorney Glasgow has purchased drug-detection K-9s for seven police departments throughout Will County to assist local law enforcement efforts in removing dangerous drugs from our communities – at zero cost to taxpayers. Glasgow pays for the K-9s, their training, and the transport equipment installed in the police vehicles with drug asset money seized from criminals involved in selling illegal narcotics, at no cost to taxpayers.
The K9s provided by State’s Attorney Glasgow are SIMO in Crest Hill, TUCKER in Park Forest, ROOKIE in Shorewood, SAM in Elwood, HUTCH in Channahon, ROXIE in Rockdale, and MAO in Wilmington. The State’s Attorney also helped purchase explosive detection dog LOKI for the Will County Sheriff’s Department.
The canines provided to police departments throughout Will County by the State’s Attorney’s Office have helped take drug dangerous dealers off our streets and helped save lives. The dogs also help prevent the scourge of drug use by assisting our schools in monitoring for the presence of drugs and providing an opportunity for intervention and prevention.