After a 10 year hiatus from Hooksett, a K-9 Unit has been re-established at the Hooksett Police Department.
In April of 2018, Chief Bouchard proposed to the Hooksett Town Council her plans to re-implement a K-9 program for the Hooksett NH Police Department. The Town Council unanimously voted in support of the program, as well as the Chief’s mission to fund the K-9 program entirely through private donations. Fundraising efforts began shortly thereafter and within 2 months the entire program was funded by generous donations and a grant.
The K-9 unit is currently made up of Sergeant Zappala, who manages and oversees the unit, Officer McCluskey, who is the K-9 Handler, and K-9 Timber, a German Shepherd currently certified for patrol.
K-9 Timber is an asset to the department and is utilized for search & rescue, apprehension, article/evidence searches, and community outreach.
For more information about our K-9 Unit, or if you have any questions, please contact Sergeant Zappala:
(603) 624-1560 ext. 418