K-9 Duke is an 8-year-old Akitia / Mal mix and has been in law enforcement for more than four years. He came from Texas and was trained in Nowata by Neil Pollard.
Duke is a dual-purpose K-9. He can detect narcotics, track suspects, find articles, apprehend, and trained in handler protection.
He is a state of Oklahoma CLEET certified narcotic detection K-9; certified in marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine and Heroin.
When he’s not working, Duke’s favorite activity is playing ball.
Officer Bryan Robison joined the Craig County Sheriff’s Office in June 2017. He has served as the K-9 handler for the past two years.
Robison began his law enforcement career in 2010, after serving 13 years in the U.S. Army infantry - including two combat deployments to Iraq.
He got into law enforcement as a way to continue to serve.
“I wanted to do as much as I could to make the community safe,” Robinson said.
When he’s not at work, Robison likes to spend time with family and friends, or help K-9 Duke train.