Stanley Security donates US$10K to police department to honour fallen K-9
February 7, 2020 By SP&T Staff
Stanley Security, a global integrator of security solutions, announced a donation of US$10,000 to the Fishers Police Department in Fishers, Ind. With the death of K-9 Harlej in November 2019, Stanley said it wanted to support the Fishers PD with a contribution for a new canine officer. The presentation took place at the Fishers Police Department on Feb. 4.
“Being headquartered in Fishers, Stanley Security has developed a close-knit relationship with the Fishers PD,” said Robert Dro, Stanley Security chief financial officer, in a statement. “We are pleased to be offering the Fishers PD a donation toward a new canine officer to thank them for their unwavering dedication and service to our community.”
Stanley Security established roots in Fishers, Ind., in August 2017. Since its arrival in Fishers, the company says it has worked with the Fishers PD in a number of projects including a donation of the K-9 “Macho” Stanley in 2018.
“Stanley Security has been a collaborative partner for us throughout the years,” said Ed Gebhart, Fishers Police Chief. “Receiving this donation from them will help us create a more secure environment within the Fishers Community and we look forward to continuing our relationship with Stanley Security in the future.”
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