Four County Career Center’s Mechanical Systems and Piping students utilized their skills and worked with the Stryker Police Department K-9 Unit and built Scent Training Walls for their dog. The students designed and constructed the walls for the Police Department to use as training tools for the dogs to learn to find the specific location of certain types of contraband. They will also share this training technique with other law enforcement agencies in the area.
Shown displaying the Scent Training Walls are (FRONT - LEFT TO RIGHT) Mechanical Systems and Piping students Andyn Haynes (Hilltop); Zach Chupa (Patrick Henry); Garrett Burkey (Napoleon); Cory Brooks (Edon); Derek Cobb (Evergreen); Isaiah Wilkie (Liberty Center); (BACK - LEFT TO RIGHT) Jose Bejarano (Patrick Henry); Cory Miller (Evergreen); Hunter Little (Wauseon); Keaton McKenzie (Napoleon); Eli Rippetoe (Defiance); Aaron Walters (Patrick Henry); Sebastian Aldrich (Patrick Henry); Noah Kistner (Patrick Henry); Kijano Hill (Patrick Henry); Tonay Wymer (Bryan); Shawn McCullough (Delta); and Instructor Steve Steingass.
The Career Center is appreciative of the relationship they have with the Stryker Police Department and are always willing to assist in community projects such as this one.