We are grateful for the dedicated service of all first responders, and encourage everyone to join with LCC in praying for them.
LCC K-9 Police Ministry patches, and Prospect Heights (Illinois) Police Department patches (home agency serving LCC), were given to the dispatch center administrator, as well as officers in the Special Victims Unit as a symbol of support. Patches were also given to Sgt. Dooley of the Florida Highway Patrol, who the K-9 teams later encountered at the Parkland station of the Broward County Sheriff's Office.
LCC is honored to have the opportunity to thank the men and women of law enforcement for their service, and remind them all that they are in our prayers.
The LCC K-9 Police Ministry welcomes Brandon Legan as law enforcement handler for LCC K-9 Police Ministry Dog Mahlah (Our Savior – Milford, Illinois). Brandon is an Iroquois County Sheriff Deputy and also works part-time as a police officer in the Milford, Illinois community. Brandon completed his handler training at LCC on January 28 and will begin serving the law enforcement community and their family members.
LCC K-9 Police Ministry Dog Reuben (First Lutheran – Yuba City, California) stopped by to visit his friends at the Sacramento California Dispatch Center. Lots of love, comfort, and appreciation was shared.