2014 – 02/03/2020
Served 04/03/2015 – 02/03/2020
Handler PC Eyres then re-handled to PC Tallant
Very sadly Ace passed away on 2nd March 2020 following a sudden illness.
Ace was a great police dog and he had the unique art of being able to escape from any kennel he was placed in… he should have been named Houdini.
Ace is greatly missed by his handler and colleagues.
04.2011 – 03.07.2018 – Cause of death unconfirmed at moment
Merseyside Police Dog Max – male Liver & White English Springer Spaniel – Drugs, Cash & Firearms Detection Dog
Max came to Merseyside Police Dog Section from ‘Cocker and English Springer Spaniel Rescue’ www.caessr.org.uk in June 2012 aged approximately 14 months old.
Max was involved in a significant number of jobs and finds over the course of his career with Merseyside Police, inclusive of a number of general finds of drugs and cash and significantly a firearms recovery incident in which a firearm had been used during a discharge in the early hours of a morning. A search was conducted as the firearm had been discarded following a pursuit of the vehicle. Max worked hard to search and recovery the firearm and remove the item from the streets.
Mac served in Merseyside between 2009 and 2013. He died on October 10 2013 aged six and a half from a brain tumour.
19.11.2012 – 8.11.2016.
In November 2016, whilst deployed on a search for offenders following a burglary in Newton-Le-Willows, PD Ghost was found on the M6 with traumatic injuries, he subsequently died as a result of these injuries.
He had been hit by a car.
“My best friend. My partner in crime. My one of a kind.”