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Video: Rookie Police K-9 Locates Missing New York Teen

June 27, 2014
A day after completing the Yonkers Police Department's K-9 Academy, Rookie, Ramapo (N.Y.) PD's newest service dog, made his first save, locating a missing New City teenager.

Rookie Police K-9 Locates Missing New York Teen

June 27, 2014
A day after completing the Yonkers Police Department's K-9 Academy, Rookie, Ramapo's newest service dog, made his first save, locating a missing New City teenager. On Wednesday, Rookie was one of six dogs to celebrate the completion of a 17-week course with the Yonkers Police Department, which trains police dogs from across the region. Read Full Story Here.

N.Y. City Adds Chevy, Ford to Patrol Fleet

July 2, 2013
The Yonkers Police Department will roll out 23 Chevrolet Caprice patrol cars, nine Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles, and an Emergency Service Unit patrol truck in the fall.

N.Y. Police Recruits To Join 11 Agencies

December 20, 2011
The Westchester County Police academy graduated 31 recruits who will join 11 municipal and transit agencies in the area. Of the 31 recruits, 18 will join the Yonkers Police Department.
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