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2019 SERVICE ANIMAL OF THE YEAR

K9 Officer
Sita
Houston Police Department

K9 Sita first came to the Houston Police Narcotic Canine Detail in 2007. When her handler retired after a two-year tour, Sita became part of a new Narcotic Canine Team with Senior Officer Kristin Uhlin and was assigned to the Southeast General Enforcement Squad. There, Sita quickly earned a reputation as one of the most productive narcotic canines in the division. After moving to a position within the Train, Air, Rail and Port (TARP) Unit, Sita and Uhlin worked with mid-level narcotic squads and a federal task force, going on to earn the Texas Narcotic Officers Association Canine of the Year Award in 2014. Over the course of her 13-year career, Sita has located an astounding quantity of narcotics, including 42,581 pounds of marijuana, 306 kilos of cocaine, 565 kilos of heroin, 53 kilos of methamphetamine, and hundreds of pounds of other narcotics for a total seizure of $42,729,781 in narcotics along with $5,980,841 in currency. Inspired by Sita’s excellent reputation, the “Canine Casualty Care” program was formed in partnership with Memorial Hermann Life Flight to provide emergency care for canine officers and education for handlers and medics who work with officers and canine partners – and as the face of the program, Sita became the first service animal in history to fly in a Life Flight helicopter. Sita has taken her place among the top dogs in her field, a prime example of how invaluable police service animals are to law enforcement.

Sadly for all, Sita passed away due to health issues on June 23, 2020. She was just shy of 15 years old and was the narcotic divisions most senior K9 officer.

2019 SERVICE ANIMAL OF THE YEAR

K9 Officer
Sita
Houston Police Department

K9 Sita first came to the Houston Police Narcotic Canine Detail in 2007. When her handler retired after a two-year tour, Sita became part of a new Narcotic Canine Team with Senior Officer Kristin Uhlin and was assigned to the Southeast General Enforcement Squad. There, Sita quickly earned a reputation as one of the most productive narcotic canines in the division. After moving to a position within the Train, Air, Rail and Port (TARP) Unit, Sita and Uhlin worked with mid-level narcotic squads and a federal task force, going on to earn the Texas Narcotic Officers Association Canine of the Year Award in 2014. Over the course of her 13-year career, Sita has located an astounding quantity of narcotics, including 42,581 pounds of marijuana, 306 kilos of cocaine, 565 kilos of heroin, 53 kilos of methamphetamine, and hundreds of pounds of other narcotics for a total seizure of $42,729,781 in narcotics along with $5,980,841 in currency. Inspired by Sita’s excellent reputation, the “Canine Casualty Care” program was formed in partnership with Memorial Hermann Life Flight to provide emergency care for canine officers and education for handlers and medics who work with officers and canine partners – and as the face of the program, Sita became the first service animal in history to fly in a Life Flight helicopter. Sita has taken her place among the top dogs in her field, a prime example of how invaluable police service animals are to law enforcement.

Sadly for all, Sita passed away due to health issues on June 23, 2020. She was just shy of 15 years old and was the narcotic divisions most senior K9 officer.

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