POLICE K9 GRANT PROGRAM


 

THE MISSION

The JIREH K9 Training Academy has made it our mission to place working dogs in law enforcement agencies where a need exists, but funds are limited or not allocated for a K9 Unit.  Our Police K9 Training Staff along with trusted partners from across the US and around the world, have joined together to create opportunities for law enforcement organizations to off-set some of the costs of establishing a Police K9 Unit. 

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100% of  our professional Police K9 Trainers are current or former law enforcement officers with first-hand knowledge and experience with budgeting obstacles law enforcement agencies are faced with.  Year after fiscal year the idea of a K9 Unit is put off for nothing more than the lack of funding.  The need for detector dogs in public safety has never been more of a necessity. It has become our mission to place as many working dogs as possible in law enforcement agencies where a need is present. 

CLICK HERE FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF GUIDELINES AND QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POLICE K9 GRANT PROGRAM

 


               LAW ENFORCEMENT K9 GRANTS

Law enforcement agencies from across America have taken full advantage of The Police K9 Grant Program with JIREH K9.  Over the years The Police K9 Grant Program has provided law enforcement agencies with the ability to obtain working dogs as grants, therefore off-setting the cost for working dogs for an initial savings of over $9,500.00 per grant.

Police K9 Grant Recipients have taken to the streets of their jurisdictions to provide a safe and favorable lifestyle to those communities they serve.  The Police K9s trained at JIREH K9 and awarded as part of The Police K9 Grant Program are now responsible for some of the largest drug seizures in recent recorded history.  Many agencies have returned to JIREH K9 for additional grants and some have opted for multiple grants in their initial application.  Any qualifying agency is eligible for more than one K9 grant if and when working dogs are available.   

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GUIDELINES & QUALIFICATIONS

 

While the vast majority of law enforcement agencies will qualify for The Police K9 Grant Program, a few guidelines and qualification standards must be met.  The following list of qualifications will help you determine if your law enforcement organization is eligible for The Police K9 Grant Program. 

* Applicants must be an approved member and or representative of a Law Enforcement Agency.

* Grants are awarded to law enforcement agencies ONLY.  An applicant may not apply on behalf of oneself.

* The law enforcement agency must be based in The United States of America or any of her territories. 

* The law enforcement agency must be of less than 350 sworn personnel.

* The law enforcement agency must be of a jurisdictional population of less than 750,000

* The law enforcement agency must attend a K9 handlers course with JIREH K9.

 

 

 

COST(S) & EXPENSES TO THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY

The Police K9 Grant Program will award a trained, single purpose narcotics detection K9 to a qualifying agency at no cost!  This alone saves any law enforcement organization $9,500.00 per grant!!  The are a few expenses the law enforcement agency is responsible for and should consider prior to committing to training

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The agency is fully responsible for the cost of a trainee's K9 handler training course and lodging for the duration of the course.  JIREH K9's training course for detection is a 2 week/80 hours law enforcement training program administered by Certified Police Instructors.  Click here to view a full training course schedule for 2024.
 


POLICE K9 GRANT RECIPIENTS


 

 

 

POLICE K9 GRANT APPLICATION

NOTE: Please complete the application to it's entirety.  Do not leave any fields blank.  If the question does not apply to you please enter N/A. Incomplete applications will not be processed and removed from consideration.  

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JIREH K-9 Training Academy

https://www.jirehk9.com
307 Homeridge Dr.
La Vernia, Texas 78121
(210) 379-1396