Meet Lily, a 5-year-old Beagle/Corgi combine who was rescued from a kill shelter in Florida. She was then enrolled in the Brevard County Sheriff’s Workplace’s “Paws & Stripes School,” a program the place inmates practice rescued canines to be PTSD canines, remedy canines, or little one sufferer advocate canines. She’s now moved on to helping crime victims.
After graduating from Paws and Stripes’s Regulation Enforcement Investigative Remedy Canine Course, she was given to the Marion County Sheriff’s Workplace (MCSO) at no cost to assist consolation victims of violent or delicate crimes.
Lily got here to the MCSO in Might 2017 and has since turn into a totally licensed remedy canine and has been understanding in the neighborhood.
Lily and her handler, Detective Janeen Henley-Freeman who’s MCSO’s Division of Kids and Households (DCF) Investigative Liaison, principally give attention to helping with the victims of grownup and kids DCF investigations, lacking individuals, intercourse crimes, little one abductions, and little one exploitation web crimes.
Marion County Sheriff Billy Woods has already seen the good thing about working with Lily. In keeping with him:
“We’ve seen an unlimited distinction since we started utilizing Lily to assist us with our extra delicate investigations. We’ve had youngsters who’ve skilled horrific crimes confide in us as a result of Lily made them really feel comfy. When Lily walks right into a room, she brings a way of pleasure and luxury together with her, and we all know she’s going to make an incredible distinction within the lives of our crime victims in Marion County.”
(H/T: The Dodo, Marion County Sheriff’s Workplace)