The OCPCA was started in 1983 by several law enforcement canine handlers in an effort to share information about the training and use of canines in law enforcement. As the OCPCA grew, they began to host an annual canine demonstration for the public that served as a fundraiser for the OCPCA. In the fall of each year, the OCPCA has continued the tradition of hosting their annual canine benefit show. At the exciting family show, you can see K-9 teams perform obedience, agility, apprehension, handler protection, explosive and narcotic detection. Through the benefit show, the OCPCA raises funds which are donated to assist the families of fallen officers, provide medical care for retired police K-9s, assist police departments needing to replace retired K-9s, and provide further training for K-9 teams.
We host an annual fundraiser for the OCPCA. Handlers and their canines demonstrate their dog's abilities while providing an exciting show for the community.
For all of those who attended our fantastic 2018 show, we can't thank you enough. We had a great time putting it on for you and we hope you enjoyed it at as much as we did.
Our 2019 show is coming up, and we would like to encourage you to take a moment and consider purchasing tickets for this upcoming event. The OCPCA Show.