Colorado Bureau of Investigations

Colorado Bureau of Investigations

CBI is dispatched by Colorado State Patrol Communications Center

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2007 Ford F-550 4×4 Super Duty / SVI (631), featuring Command Light Knight Tower, OnScene Solutions LED compartment lighting, Slide-out Tool Board, Roll-out Awning and Add-A-Room Awning Attachment.

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ARSON INVESTIGATOR

K-9 UNIT

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(K-9 “Riley”) Ford F-250 4×4 XL Super Duty. Jerry Means Agent with the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control with K-9 Riley since 2014. The Arson Dog program is funded by State Farm Insurance, and to aid in arson investigations across the United States and Canada. Since the beginning in 1993.

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K-9 UNIT

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(K-9 “Sadie”) Ford F-250 4×4 XL Super Duty.

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K-9 Sadie retired in 2014 at 9-years-old, Sadie a black Lab and born in Arvada. Sadie served the citizens of Colorado from 2007 to 2014 with handler Jerry Means, Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control.  She responded to approximately 500 fires during her tenure. Sadie served as the model for the National Fire Dog Monument in Washington DC, and in 2011 was she was named the Top Law Enforcement/Arson Dog in the US by the American Humane Association.  Sadie also served as a National Ambassador to the American Humane Association, and was awarded the Golden Paws Award from Max Fund no kill shelter for Community Service.  Sadie was also recognized by the Masons with a Gold Medal and the Rocky Mountain Special Investigations Unit for Community Service. After Sadie retired in April of 2014 and spends her free time mentoring K-9 Riley.