CSUN Police Dogs
Date: 3/6/2009 Album ID: 706466
Photos by Michael Owen Baker
CSUN's first two police canines have retired. The department now has one active dog for patrols. Photographed at CSUN, Friday, March 6, 2009.
Retired police dog, Briska, jumps for a toy held by CSUN police Cpl. Leon Ortiz-Gil, Friday, March 6, 2009, at CSUN. CSUN's first two canines have retired. The department now has one active dog for patrols. The dogs have done everything from routine sweeps in campus to presidential canine duty with presidents, candidates and the governor.(Michael Owen Baker/staff photographer)
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Retired police dog, Briska, looks attentive at CSUN, Friday, March 6, 2009.CSUN's first two canines have retired. The department now has one active dog for patrols. The dogs have done everything from routine sweeps in campus to presidential canine duty with presidents, candidates and the governor.(Michael Owen Baker/staff photographer)
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CSUN police Cpl. Tom Finnerty, right, with his retired police dog Frieda, and CSUN police Cpl. Leon Ortiz-Gil with retired police dog, Briska, at CSUN, Friday, March 6, 2009.CSUN's first two canines have retired. The department now has one active dog for patrols. The dogs have done everything from routine sweeps in campus to presidential canine duty with presidents, candidates and the governor.(Michael Owen Baker/staff photographer)
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CSUN police Cpl. Tom Finnerty walks with police dog Dozer, at CSUN, Friday, March 6, 2009. Dozer is the only active police dog on the force.CSUN's first two canines have retired. The department now has one active dog for patrols. The dogs have done everything from routine sweeps in campus to presidential canine duty with presidents, candidates and the governor.(Michael Owen Baker/staff photographer)
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CSUN police Cpl. Tom Finnerty gets a hug from police dog Dozer, at CSUN, Friday, March 6, 2009. Dozer is the only active police dog on the force.CSUN's first two canines have retired. The department now has one active dog for patrols. The dogs have done everything from routine sweeps in campus to presidential canine duty with presidents, candidates and the governor.(Michael Owen Baker/staff photographer)
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CSUN police Cpl. Leon Ortiz-Gil, left, with retired police dog, Briska  and CSUN police Cpl. Tom Finnerty, with his active police dog Dozer, at CSUN, Friday, March 6, 2009.CSUN's first two canines have retired. The department now has one active dog for patrols. The dogs have done everything from routine sweeps in campus to presidential canine duty with presidents, candidates and the governor.(Michael Owen Baker/staff photographer)
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CSUN police Cpl. Leon Ortiz-Gil, left, with retired police dog, Briska  and CSUN police Cpl. Tom Finnerty, with his active police dog Dozer, at CSUN, Friday, March 6, 2009.CSUN's first two canines have retired. The department now has one active dog for patrols. The dogs have done everything from routine sweeps in campus to presidential canine duty with presidents, candidates and the governor.(Michael Owen Baker/staff photographer)
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CSUN police Cpl. Leon Ortiz-Gil, left, with retired police dog, Briska  and CSUN police Cpl. Tom Finnerty, with his active police dog Dozer, at CSUN, Friday, March 6, 2009.CSUN's first two canines have retired. The department now has one active dog for patrols. The dogs have done everything from routine sweeps in campus to presidential canine duty with presidents, candidates and the governor.(Michael Owen Baker/staff photographer)
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