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Old 08-24-2019, 9:26 AM
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"A police dog in Long Beach, California, was found dead after having been left inside his handlerís car, police said on Aug. 23. The K-9 officer of Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) was found on Aug. 14 in the afternoon by his handler. The dog, whose name is Ozzy, was 6 years old.ďThe #LBPD is extremely saddened to announce the death of K-9 Ozzy,Ē police announced on Friday.ďAt the time, Ozzy & his handler were both off-duty and Ozzy was inside the officerís department issued K-9 vehicle. The death was immediately reported to the LBPD and a review into the circumstances was initiated,Ē the LBPD added . . . "
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What innocent explanation is there for leaving his dog in a hot car long enough to die?"
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Old 08-24-2019, 9:52 AM
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how sad.
these patrol vehicles have heat control systems and automatic alarms.
either the system malfunctioned, was turned off, or ignored.

either way, it shouldn't be sop to lock your dog in your car when you are off duty.

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These K-9 Officers spend their whole life working and being in a cage. It certainly did not deserve to go out like that. His partner failed him miserably.

As much as I love the law enforcement community, that officer should be fired at the very least.
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Let's see if they submit a case to the DA for violation of 597PC.
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Wow...Hope something comes out of this investigation. Its sad to hear this.
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Equipment failure is my bet. I bet the most devastated person by all this is the handler/ officer.
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Got a lot of people throwing around a lot of crap for something many know nothing about. How about let’s knock it off unless a ban from the forum is what you’re looking for.
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Got a lot of people throwing around a lot of crap for something many know nothing about. How about letís knock it off unless a ban from the forum is what youíre looking for.
Agreed. Its not uncommon to leave a patrol dog/working dog in a dedicated K9 vehicle with a kennel and heat alarm system for hours at a time. Usually the car is kept on with the AC running. The way the heat alarm works is that if the internal temperature in the car rises to a preset temperature, the windows automatically roll down and the fan turns on pulling the hot air out of the kennel area. The code 3 lights also go on along with the horn or siren. There is also a remote pager (that doesn't work half the time) that the officer will have on his person that will alert that the system has been activated. With the service life of some of these patrol cars, I would not be surprised if there was something wrong with the car where all of a sudden the engine turned off killing the A/C, or something electrical that killed the heat system.

The K9 is not only a partner, but is also considered a family member. I am sad for the K9 officer, his family, and grieve with him.
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Guessing the unit's AC went out...so sad.
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Guessing the unit's AC went out...so sad.
Most likely but I'm wondering why the dog was left so long if they were off duty...
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Most likely but I'm wondering why the dog was left so long if they were off duty...
Off duty doesn't automatically mean that the officer was home. Just means that he is not taking calls anymore. He could had been in at the station changing or whatever he needed to take care of before going home. The vehicle was most likely a take home, so it is not unreasonable to leave the K9 in while he goes inside to handle whatever. It doesn't take long for the inside of the vehicle to heat up to dangerous temps when the AC shuts off, especially that day when it was extremely hot. We all rely on some kind of safety whether is a smoke,carbon monoxide detector, fire sprinkles, etc to do it's job when needed, or in this case the heat alarm system or the car or AC staying on, but nothing is 100% guarantee that it will work all the time.
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These K-9 Officers spend their whole life working and being in a cage. It certainly did not deserve to go out like that. His partner failed him miserably.

As much as I love the law enforcement community, that officer should be fired at the very least.
I'm guessing you don't have a whole lot of experience with the subject. Mine certainly did not live his entire life working or being in a cage. He did however have a nasty habit of taking over the couch, or my son's bed.
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Agreed. Its not uncommon to leave a patrol dog/working dog in a dedicated K9 vehicle with a kennel and heat alarm system for hours at a time. Usually the car is kept on with the AC running. The way the heat alarm works is that if the internal temperature in the car rises to a preset temperature, the windows automatically roll down and the fan turns on pulling the hot air out of the kennel area. The code 3 lights also go on along with the horn or siren. There is also a remote pager (that doesn't work half the time) that the officer will have on his person that will alert that the system has been activated. With the service life of some of these patrol cars, I would not be surprised if there was something wrong with the car where all of a sudden the engine turned off killing the A/C, or something electrical that killed the heat system.

The K9 is not only a partner, but is also considered a family member. I am sad for the K9 officer, his family, and grieve with him.
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ďThe temperature inside a vehicle can rise almost 20 degrees in just 10 minutes. In 20 minutes, it can rise almost 30 degrees, and the longer you wait, the higher it goes,Ē the association said in a press release.

ďAt 60 minutes, the temperature in a vehicle can be more than 40 degrees higher than the outside temperature. Even on a 70-degree day, thatís 110 degrees inside the vehicle,Ē the group added.
It was 84*f that day. With car in direct sunlight [worse case]. it would have been well over 120* interior.

After reading above quote. I gave some thought as to just what would/could possibly defeat all the safeguards. If it was a simple AC failure. Everything else should have kicked in. Same goes for running out of gas. Safeties are all electrical systems, and function whether engine is running or not.

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Conclusion I reached. Is that something as simple, and cheap, as a $2 diode in the vehicle alternator with engine running would/could serve to defeat all those safeties.

If an alternator diode dies. And the engine is running. No juice is going into battery. And the engine is now running solely on voltage stored in the vehicle battery. UNTIL the stored voltage drops below the required 9 volts.

I say 9 volts because automotive ignition systems in majority of 12 volt system cars. Have a voltage drop resistor in series in the system. And reduces voltage to 9v for ignition coils only. Everything else, remains 12v.

If this happens. Engine will run until battery drops below 9v. Then engine dies. AC compressor no longer turning. And voltage left in battery is to low to allow the 12 volt safety systems to function. Windows don't roll down, lights don't flash, horn doesn't honk, alert not sent to handler, etc, etc.

It is entirely plausible that a lousy $2 diode was responsible for the catastrophic failure of the multiple safety systems.

My heartfelt condolences for the Handler and his remaining family. That's gonna hurt for a long time.
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I saw the title to this post several times today and deliberately avoided it because I didn't want to know. (being a great dog lover)

I was surfing YT and felt compelled to click on a link for this video by Ozzy.



Then I ended back here, where I finally gave in an clicked on the post... and discovered the dog's name was "Ozzy". The world is full of weird coincidences and we just racked up one more.
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I'm guessing you don't have a whole lot of experience with the subject. Mine certainly did not live his entire life working or being in a cage. He did however have a nasty habit of taking over the couch, or my son's bed.
As a matter of fact, I do . Yours are some of the lucky few that get to go home with its handler. Most stay at the kennel with caretakers and get to work until retirement which is about 8 years old depending on where it's placed. For working dogs, 12-13 years max if they're in good shape.
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These K-9 Officers spend their whole life working and being in a cage. It certainly did not deserve to go out like that. His partner failed him miserably.

As much as I love the law enforcement community, that officer should be fired at the very least.
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Felony animal cruelty.
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Irritating to see some of the negative comments on here, blaming the officer. Wait for the facts to come out. If the officer was at fault, guarantee you it wasn’t intentional. If it was a mistake, he’ll have to deal with the guilt.

I know a couple of k9 officers and both are great guys that have a lot of love for their dogs.
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These K-9 Officers spend their whole life working and being in a cage. It certainly did not deserve to go out like that. His partner failed him miserably.

As much as I love the law enforcement community, that officer should be fired at the very least.
Not true - they spend their working years training, working and hanging out with the family. They spend their retirement years with their handler, at his/her home. You donít know the facts of the case so itís a little premature to say he should be fired.
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It was 84*f that day. With car in direct sunlight [worse case]. it would have been well over 120* interior.

After reading above quote. I gave some thought as to just what would/could possibly defeat all the safeguards. If it was a simple AC failure. Everything else should have kicked in. Same goes for running out of gas. Safeties are all electrical systems, and function whether engine is running or not.

UNLESS

Conclusion I reached. Is that something as simple, and cheap, as a $2 diode in the vehicle alternator with engine running would/could serve to defeat all those safeties.

If an alternator diode dies. And the engine is running. No juice is going into battery. And the engine is now running solely on voltage stored in the vehicle battery. UNTIL the stored voltage drops below the required 9 volts.

I say 9 volts because automotive ignition systems in majority of 12 volt system cars. Have a voltage drop resistor in series in the system. And reduces voltage to 9v for ignition coils only. Everything else, remains 12v.

If this happens. Engine will run until battery drops below 9v. Then engine dies. AC compressor no longer turning. And voltage left in battery is to low to allow the 12 volt safety systems to function. Windows don't roll down, lights don't flash, horn doesn't honk, alert not sent to handler, etc, etc.

It is entirely plausible that a lousy $2 diode was responsible for the catastrophic failure of the multiple safety systems.

My heartfelt condolences for the Handler and his remaining family. That's gonna hurt for a long time.


This is uhh.... an interesting theory to say the least.
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As a matter of fact, I do . Yours are some of the lucky few that get to go home with its handler. Most stay at the kennel with caretakers and get to work until retirement which is about 8 years old depending on where it's placed. For working dogs, 12-13 years max if they're in good shape.
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Not sure about other depts but sac county does a good job with their dogs.
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These K-9 Officers spend their whole life working and being in a cage. It certainly did not deserve to go out like that. His partner failed him miserably.

As much as I love the law enforcement community, that officer should be fired at the very least.
Your ignorance is showing thru, since you make ASSumptions with no facts to support your claim.


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Why? Has it been shown that it was neglect rather than an equipment failure? No, it hasnít. No, instead youíre just ASSuming facts not in evidence.

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Equipment failure is my bet. I bet the most devastated person by all this is the handler/ officer.
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As a matter of fact, I do . Yours are some of the lucky few that get to go home with its handler. Most stay at the kennel with caretakers and get to work until retirement which is about 8 years old depending on where it's placed. For working dogs, 12-13 years max if they're in good shape.
B.S. The majority of K9s, at least in SoCal, go home with their handler and live with their family. When I applied for LASD K9 years ago, you were required to have kids to be eligible. I doubt you have as much experience with LAW ENFORCEMENT K9s as youíd like us to believe. Junk yard K9s maybe?

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Irritating to see some of the negative comments on here, blaming the officer. Wait for the facts to come out. If the officer was at fault, guarantee you it wasnít intentional. If it was a mistake, heíll have to deal with the guilt.

I know a couple of k9 officers and both are great guys that have a lot of love for their dogs.
Pretty much. I think we got teleported to OT
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Regardless of how or why, this shouldn’t have happend at all and it sucks that it did.

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If I left my dog in my car, engine running, A/C on, doors locked, and the engine stalled or the A/C malfunctioned and my dog died, would I be in trouble with the law?

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if you did the same with a child yes. Wonder what leo policy is on K9s left in cars?
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Some of you have a hard time understanding how laws work, and what elements of a crime are.

maliciously and intentionally are the elements of 597.
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if you did the same with a child yes. Wonder what leo policy is on K9s left in cars?
Not what you would think.

I took a CHP canine officer deposition maybe a month ago. He left the dog in the car with the air on, and had some system to notify him if anything happened. He could check on the dog with his phone, and he did so.

I offered to have him bring the dog inside, he said the policy was to leave the dog in the suv.

A multi level failure that leads to the death of a dog in this situation isnt the same as forgetting you have a kid in the car.
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Why? Read my post about the CHP system. If something like that was in place, how is he an idiot?
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This thread has damn near turned into OT.

In my career I have yet to meet a K9 handler who wouldnít move a mountain to help their dog. Both LE and MIL military handlers the same.

Some of the people in this thread must work for Petcoís K-9 unit or some half *** security job the way they talk about treating their dogs.
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Damn shame, but accidents happen. The entire safety system is based on electronics, which fail from time to time. RIP Ozzy...
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Itís about time this thread gets locked. Going absolutely nowhere with people that know absolutely nothing making asinine comments.
No, it's about time that some of the people here that are bashing this officer without any known facts get thrown out of the LEO Forum and get sent back to OT where this type of idiocy is allowed.
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No, it's about time that some of the people here that are bashing this officer without any known facts get thrown out of the LEO Forum and get sent back to OT where this type of idiocy is allowed.
Whichever happens first.
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Irritating to see some of the negative comments on here, blaming the officer. Wait for the facts to come out. If the officer was at fault, guarantee you it wasnít intentional. If it was a mistake, heíll have to deal with the guilt.

I know a couple of k9 officers and both are great guys that have a lot of love for their dogs.
This is Calguns where jumping to conclusions is an Olympic level sport.
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Equipment malf. The 'failsafe' alarm failed. Ruled accidental. Move along, nothing more to see here.

""Currently, all of our patrol K-9 handlers are checking their Heat System Controller prior to every shift and will continue to do so as part of their daily protocols," the department statement said."

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