The Clemson K-9 Unit is currently comprised of two highly trained canines and their handlers. K-9, Jekyll, is a German Shepherd/Belgian Malinois mix. He is assigned to Sgt. Brenda L. Link. Jekyll is trained to conduct building searches for suspects, tracking and apprehension of suspects, searching for articles, and can locate illegal narcotics in many locations (in vehicles, buildings and in outdoor locations). He is a valuable tool and he helps keep the community of Clemson and the surrounding communities safer.
K-9 Zeke is a Labrador and German Shorthaired Pointer mix. Zeke is assigned to Master Patrol Officer Jonathon Duncan. Zeke is trained to locate illegal narcotics in many locations too (in vehicles, buildings and in outdoor locations). Zeke specializes in tracking of missing children and vulnerable adults.
Both canines came from Shallow Creek Kennels in Pennsylvania.
You can help support Jekyll and Zeke by donating to the Clemson K9 fund. Your donation will be used to pay for their food and medical needs. You can help by sending a donation of any amount via check or money order.
Please make donations payable to Clemson Police Canine Unit. Donations can be brought to the police department in person or mailed to:
Chief J. Stone
C/O Clemson Police Department
Canine Unit Donations
1198 Tiger Blvd
Clemson, SC 29631
NOTE: Charitable gifts to the Clemson Police Department K-9 Program are not refundable.