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K9 Unit

Sgt. K-9 Quinn 

Sgt. K-9 Quinn, a Sable German Shepherd dog, sitting regally in front of a gray backdrop with an American flag.

Sergeant K-9 Quinn is a 6 year old sable German Shepherd trained in scent detection and partnered with Corporal Chris Plummer. Thanks to a generous donation from K9s4Cops, he became Klein ISD Police Department's very first K-9 in October of 2019, which has made him quite a local celebrity.

In 2022 he was promoted to Sergeant. Quinn is NNDDA and NORT Certified. He works diligently to keep his community safe and he works with neighboring agencies including Harris County Sherriff's Office, the US Coast Guard, the ATF, and the FBI. 

When Quinn is not on duty, he enjoys playing ball, getting ear scratches, and looking handsome.

K-9 Bax

K-9 Bax, a part German Shepherd, part Malinois dog, sitting regally in front of a gray backdrop with an American flag.

K9 Bax is a scent detection dog who joined the Klein ISD Police Department in May 2024. He is partnered with Corporal Alex Grimaldo.

Bax is NNDDA Certified. He works diligently to keep his community safe. He works and trains with neighboring agencies, including Spring ISD, Conroe ISD, Houston ISD, and HCSO.

When Bax is off duty, he enjoys playing with his toys, getting chest and head scratches, playing with sis brother and sister, and watching TV with Dad.

 


 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do the dogs live when they're off duty?

Our K-9s go home with their handler and live in a comfortable, safe environment where they're allowed to relax and have fun. 

What happens when a K-9 retires?

KPD follows state and federal laws regarding retiring K9s. Our department policy states that the K-9 is allowed to be adopted by their handler upon retirement. If the handler is unable to adopt the K-9, they will be adopted by someone in their best interest, like a family member or another police officer.