The K9 Unit of the Robbinsville Township Police Department currently has three police canines
that cover a variety of special skills through their senses to supplement officers with
investigations. Our canines specialize in explosives detection, narcotics detection, criminal and
missing person tracking searches. The strong olfactory senses of a canine give the police
department an incredible tool to keep our community safe. Each canine team goes through an
initial state certification process that ensures that they are competent in their abilities.
Additionally, all canine teams train and certify on a regular basis to hone those skills and remain
effective in their duties.
K9 Rigo is black Labrador Retriever, assigned to Patrolman Edward Vincent, our School
Resource Officer, at Robbinsville High School. K9 Rigo is trained and certified to detect explosive
materials, in addition to tracking missing subjects and article search.
K9 Corbin is a yellow Labrador Retriever, assigned to Sergeant Scott Kivet. K9 Corbin is trained
and certified in Narcotic Scent Detection.
K9 Quori is a yellow Labrador Retriever, also assigned to Sergeant Scott Kivet. K9 Quori was
previously trained and certified in Narcotic Scent Detection however, now he specializes in
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