15/08/2015 – 06/10/2020
Served 07/2017 – 06/10/2020
Handler PC Bell
Cooper’s handler wrote the following.
“Cooper was an amazing Police Dog. Thank you for all you have done, from all of us at Aldermaston MDP dog section.
You will be greatly missed by myself and everyone who knew you”.
20/01/2013 – 23/01/2020
Served 13/09/2016 – 23/01/2020 RNAD Coulport
Handler PC Johnstone
Uther’s handler wrote the following.
“Uther was a big gentle giant. He loved nothing more than a belly rub and spent nearly all his down time requesting them! He was incredibly affectionate and a great worker.
Uther is greatly missed by myself and all Kennel Staff who knew him”
10/04/2014 – 04/10/2019
Served 06/2015 – 04/10/2019
Handler PC Wills
Nero’s handler wrote the following.
Nero was a big softy the definition of a gentle giant. He loved nothing more than a belly rub and spent nearly all of his down time requesting them! He was incredibly affectionate yet a great worker. We called him scooby doo ❤️.
Nero is greatly missed by myself and all who knew him.
14/04/2007 – 12/2016
Service 09/2008 – 12/2016
Handler – PC McGavin
Rondo and PC McGavin were a team until December 2016 when Rondo suffered severe colon problems .
Rondo’s handler wrote the following.
“During our working time together Rondo not only worked all time protecting DM Crombie , he also worked with Fife Police, now Police Scotland, with missing persons and all other aspects of dog work.
Rondo was put to sleep in my arms when he could no longer work. I have hundreds of photos and videos of my best friend. I will never forget you”.
24/11/11 – 19/06/2019
Service – 27/05/13 – 19/06/19
Handler – PC MacPherson
Stella was bred by West Midlands Police and sold to the Ministry of Defence Police where she was teamed with her handler PC Rab MacPherson.
Stella was a truly Outstanding Police Dog who had that magical special function to “switch” on and off when required.
Sadly she had to be put to sleep on the 19th June 2019 due to cancer. Her handler has said “She will always be in our hearts and never forgotten”