K9 Rando, and his handler, Officer Stephen Morse.
K9 Rando is the department’s single purpose passive indicating narcotic detection K9. Rando was born on May 8, 2012 and was purchased by the department in September 2012. At the age of 5 months, he started his canine narcotics class with the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department. After successfully completing training, K9 Rando started patrolling the town in March 2013 along with this handler K9 Officer Stephen Morse.
K9 Officer Morse has been a K9 handler since March 2005 and a police officer with the Town of Randolph since 1996. The two are assigned to the patrol division and both the officer and his K9 are also part of the Metropolitan Law Enforcement Council. Officer Morse and Rando work on drug interdiction through various methods such as traffic stops and school searches, and also assist with search warrants with the Detective Division. The K9 Unit will also assist other towns and cities when the need arises.
K9 Aron, and his handler, Officer Geoff Lucas.