TPSO K-9 Division participates in out of state event

ANNOUNCEMENT

November 18, 2022


Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Tim Soignet would like to recognize and congratulate two members of the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office who participated in the 10th Annual “Klay’s for K-9” event, held on October 8, 2022, in Sealy, Tx. Senior Handler Dillon Condetti and Handler Brad Sanner were in attendance for the event, to support the fundraiser event in connection with k9officers.org.


“K9 Officers was formed by Rocky and Shannon Smith to provide assistance to Law Enforcement Departments in obtaining K9s.

K9 Officers is a non-profit organization designed to raise funds to donate police K9s, handler training and the necessary equipment for a K9 to perform their job effectively and safely.

This total package provides the department the optimum chance for success with their new K9 officer. We also provide support to the handler and K9s we donate throughout the K9's lifetime.”


At the culmination of the event, Senior Handler Dillon Condetti finished in 1st Place for the Law Enforcement Division of the competition.

Senior Handler Dillon Condetti is a 7-year veteran of the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office, and currently serves the K-9 Division. Sr. Handler Condetti started as a Patrol Deputy with the Sheriff’s Office, where he served 2 years, before being promoted to the K-9 Division, where he has honorably served for the last 5 years. Sr. Handler Condetti has attended numerous specialized training events related to K-9 handling, and even achieved his Associate Degree while an employee of the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office. Sr. Handler Condetti said, “I love what I do, and my goal is to make K-9 a lifelong career!”


Handler Brad Sanner is a 3-year veteran of the Terrebonne parish Sheriff’s Office, and also got his start in Law Enforcement as a Patrol Deputy. Handler Brad Sanner has served the Sheriff’s Office as a Patrol Deputy for 2 years, before achieving the position of K-9 Handler in 2021. Handler Sanner said, “I absolutely love what I do, and I hope one day I can progress my career to being the K-9 Division Commander.”


Sheriff Soignet said, “I am extremely proud of the job these men do both on a daily basis. There is no limit to what they will do to serve this office, our community, and communities throughout the State of Louisiana. I am honored they serve the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office.”


For more information on the event, please visit https://k9officers.org/index.php/events/klays-for-k9s-event.