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Officer Anne Spahr, the Explosion Detective K9 Handler for Kent State Police, poses outside of Stockdale Hall with her K9, Coco.

An officer from the Kent State University Police Services pushes for a K-9 unit

Liam Morrison Reporter November 20, 2021

The Kent State University Police Services has had its K-9 unit for eight years now, and the dogs are not drug dogs, they are explosive detection dogs.“Our primary work, however, is in providing what...

WKSU is Kent State Universitys NPR-affiliated radio station. The Board of Trustees is expected to vote on the merger of WKSU with Clevelands Ideastream following its upcoming meeting Wednesday. 

Kent State trustees expected to vote on WKSU ‘merger’ with Ideastream next week

Emma Andrus Reporter Lyndsey Brennan Reporter, The Portager September 9, 2021

UPDATE: The agenda for tomorrow’s Kent State Board of Trustees meeting confirms the board will vote on whether to transfer management of WKSU, Kent State’s NPR-affiliated station, to Cleveland’s...

Officers Witt and Spahr with Coco.

Week three of KSUPD’S Police Experience Academy focuses on K-9 units

David Williams March 2, 2018

KSUPD’s Police Experience Academy entered week three Thursday, centered around K-9 units.Officers Anne Spahr and Miguel Witt began their presentation by explaining how their jobs and duties as K-9 officers...

KSUPD K-9 reaches one year of service

Dana Miller November 8, 2015

Dexter, Kent State’s police dog, has reached his one-year mark of service with his handler, Officer Miguel Witt.In November of last year, Witt, a 15-year veteran, teamed up with his Belgian Malinois...

Officer Miguel H. Witt praises bomb dog Dexter in the parking lot of the Kent State University Police Department on E. Summit Street on Monday, Nov. 24, 2014. Dexter will partner with Officer Witt and Coco, a 3-year-old German Shepherd that became Kent State’s first police dog last fall.

All work is ‘play’ for newly recruited bomb dog

Mark Opera November 24, 2014

At a recent press conference at Kent State on Wednesday, Nov. 19, a 6-month-old Belgian Malinois puppy named Dexter was the center of attention. Officer Miguel Witt, the dog’s new handler, showed off...

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