For nearly two years, K-9 Koda has been a great asset to the Campton Hills Police Department, and well loved among the Campton Hills Community.
Recently, K-9 Koda was featured in a Daily Herald article, written by Kevin Schmidt. As a result, K-9 Koda has continued to gain popularity within the Campton Hills community, and surrounding communities.
To read the Daily Herald article about K-9 Koda please click HERE.
As a reminder, The Campton Hills Police Department is currently selling shirts, to raise funds for K-9 Koda; who unlike other Police K-9’s in the area, is not funded by any local tax dollars. K-9 Koda is 100% funded/supported by donations. Current donations will go towards K-9 Unit training, equipment, and the purchase of a replacement K-9 squad car.
If you would like to order a K-9 Koda shirt, or a few, please contact K-9 Koda’s partner, Officer James Levand.
Shirts are visible below. They come in all sizes, are long sleeve, heather grey, and are $25 a piece. In requesting a shirt, please reference size and quantity needed.
To order, please contact Officer James Levand at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cash and check are accepted at this time. If submitting a check, we ask that it be made out to the Village of Campton Hills. Additionally, please write K-9 Koda in the “memo” section, so we ensure all donations get to Koda with ease.
-The Campton Hills Police Department and K-9 Koda are endlessly thankful for your support.
We also have K-9 Koda bandana’s available for your furry friends, children, or even yourself. Bandanas are navy blue, and are $5 a piece. Please see photo to the right.