Noblesville Police Department Installs K-9 Heat Alarms on Cruisers

Posted on July 25, 2012

Indiana news station WISH-TV reports on a new high temperature alarm being installed in the cars of the Noblesville Police Department’s K-9 unit. The installations are a response to the recent death of a police dog in a hot squad car in Arizona. Although each alarm costs about $1,000 to install, the K-9 unit officers no doubt realize their companions’ health is worth the additional expense.

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