Retired Littleton Police Dog Passes

It is with great sadness that the Littleton Police Department announces the passing of retired police K9 Sabor. Sabor passed away peacefully on Sept. 24, 2018.

K9 Sabor retired on Feb. 22, 2017, after serving nine years on the force. Before his retirement, K9 Sabor was deployed more than 800 times and logged more than 1,500 training hours. Sabor’s work led to a number of arrests and his resume includes many notable accomplishments including 6 physical apprehensions; 25 nonphysical apprehensions; the location of 437.95 grams of drugs, 122 items of drug paraphernalia, and $12,890.00.

Brent and Sabor participated in 231 public demonstrations for such events as the Littleton Police Department Citizen’s Academy, the Littleton Police Department Junior Police Academy, National Night Out, as well as making appearances at many of the schools located within the City of Littleton.
K9 Sabor was certified, nationally, 2 times with the North American Police Work Dog Association, 4 times with the National Police Canine Association, and 2 times with the National Canine Audit Tracking System; 8 times with the Colorado Police Canine Association; and 5 times with TacDogs.

The City of Littleton and the Littleton Police Department thank former Littleton Police K9 Officer Brent Kieffer and Sabor for their tireless contributions to public safety and positive public relations.
K9 Officer John Jones and his partner, K9 Koda, and K9 Officer Krista Dimock and her partner, K9 Zan, continue to serve as the Littleton Police Department’s K9 teams.