The Greene County Sheriff’s Office K9 division was established in 2009 by donations from private organizations. We have five dual-purpose Police Service Dogs, Zen, Rocky, Zeke, Loki and Drax each teamed with a highly trained Deputy. Together, these teams work to apprehend dangerous criminals and detect hidden narcotics. Our K9 teams cover all of Greene County and assist all municipalities in the county as well as surrounding agencies when needed.
The Greene County Sheriff’s Office K9 Teams are entirely funded by donations (everything from the purchase of the K9, to training, food, vet bills, and daily maintenance for the K9). We are extremely grateful for the support of our local communities, and we extend our most heartfelt thanks to those men and women who assist us in our service. If you would like to become one of our sponsors, or would like to donate to our K9 program, feel free to contact us (listed on our contact page) or please click the "Donate" button to be redirected to PayPal.
Deputy Hamp has been a Deputy with the Greene County Sheriff’s Office since 2019. Deputy Hamp has been a K9 Handler since June of 2021. PSD Loki was born October 2019 in Hungary. PSD Loki is a Shepherd mix. He came from Southern Coast K9 in Florida and came to work for the Greene County Sheriff’s Office in 2021. PSD Loki is certified in narcotics, evidence, tracking, and patrol.
Deputy Hook has been with Greene County Sheriff’s Office since 2016 and a K9 handler since June 2021. PSD Drax was born in June of 2020 in Hungary and he is a Belgian Malinois. He was selected from Southern Coast K9 in Florida and brought to Greene County in July of 2021. Drax is certified as a dual-purpose K9 and is trained in narcotics, patrol, evidence, and tracking.
Tyler Marshall has been with the Greene County Sheriff's Office since 2013 and has been a K9 Handler since 2020. PSD Rocky is a German Shepherd, born in April of 2019 and came to the Sheriff's Office from Southern Coast K9. PSD Rocky is a certified dual-purpose K9, trained in both patrol and narcotics.
Deputy McCall has been a Deputy with the Greene County Sheriff’s Office since 2017. Deputy McCall has been a K9 Handler since 2021. PSD Ghost was born in November 2020 and is a Belgian Malinois. PSD Ghost came from Southern Coast K9 in Florida and came to work at the Greene County Sheriff’s Office in 2022. PSD Ghost is certified in narcotics, evidence, tracking and patrol.
Deputy Kelsey Whitcomb has been with the Greene County Sheriff's Office since 2015 and has been a K9 Handler since 2020. K9 Zeke is a 2.5 year old German Shepherd born in Hungry. He was born in April of 2019. K9 Zeke is a dual-purpose canine certified in Patrol work (apprehension, tracking, building search and article recovery) and Narcotics.