Help prevent crime while you walk your dog. Join the Issaquah Police Department’s new Paws on Patrol program.
Every day, rain or shine, dog walkers and pets move throughout our community. Paws on Patrol encourages dog walkers to serve as extra eyes and ears for Issaquah police.
The program trains pet owners to prevent crime, as well as to recognize and report criminal activity.
You can sign up now at issaquahwa.gov/paws. Or, enroll your pooch during our community’s National Night Out celebration Aug. 4, 2015.
Once you sign up, you’ll be invited to attend a brief training session, where your dog will receive a Paws on Patrol bandana.
To learn more, contact Officer Troy Kemp via email or at 425-837-3294.
The program is part of Dog Walker Watch, a nationwide program sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch and coordinated locally by law enforcement agencies.