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Officer Joshua Williams take the oath of office Tuesday, Dec. 4, during the Britt City Council meeting. He's the city's newest full-time officer.
Officer Joshua Williams signs his oath of office Tuesday, Dec. 4, during the Britt City Council meeting. He's the city's newest full-time officer.
Britt Police Officer and K-9 handler Tyler Harmon reads the oath of office for his partner, Kovu, the city's first K-9, during the Britt City Council meeting Tuesday, Dec. 4.
Kovu, Britt's first K-9, was officially sworn in to the police department Tuesday, Dec. 4, during the City Council meeting.
Britt Police Officer and K-9 handler Tyler Harmon helps ink the paw of his partner, Kovu, the city's first K-9, during a ceremony Tuesday, Dec. 4.
Britt Police Chief Mark Anderson, left, and K-9 handler Tyler Harmon, right, assist Kovu with signing his oath of office Tuesday, Dec. 4, during the council meeting.
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