Carren, Bitty and a sonar hobbyist were instrumental in locating
the body of Charles Geurt in Lake Monona. Bitty first located
an area on Lake Monona. Then Rick Krueger used his sonar
equipment with GPS coordinates provided by police to locate
the body. Read the entire story here.
Carren and Slim received the 2012 Wisconsin Law
Enforcement Canine Handler Assocation Meritouis Track
Award. Madison Police Dog Tracked Alleged Killer for 3 hours
Across Almost 4 Miles" Wisconsin State Journal, July 5, 2012.
Read about Carren and her K9 partner Slim's amazing recent
Carren Corcoran was honored by Wisconsin Law
Enforcement Canine Handler Association in October of 2011
when she received the Canine Handler of the Year award for
her accomplishments with both her patrol dog K9 Slim and
her HRD dog K9 Bitty.
|2012 Canine Search
Volume 1, Issue 1
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Canine
Handler Association awarded Carren
and Slim Meritorious Track of the year.
Lafayette County Sheriff Deputy Fred
Norder and K9 Cody and Green
County Sheriff Deputy Cody Kanable
and K9 Ike were also awarded for their
joint effort to track the actions of a
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|2013 Canine Search
Volume 2, Issue 1
Madison police Officer Carren Corcoran walks with
Teri Clyse and her dog, Finn, near Nakoosa Trail.
Clyse and Finn, who is trained to find human
remains, helped other K9 units, mounted police
and others to search for Nejay Redd, who went
missing in September. Redd's body was found in
Starkweather Creek. Click here for full story.
|2014 Canine Search
Volume 3, Issue 1
|2015 Canine Search
Volume 4, Issue 1