I'm an amatuer medical service dog trainer and handler. Recently, one of my online medical service dog handler buddies reported being threated repeatedly in an airport by several members of the sheriff's K9 unit. The service dog K9 handler had a small 13 pound service dog. All behavior was reportedly professional on the medical service dog and handler's side. Allegedly, the officers repeatedly came up to this person and asked what the service dog's tasks were, then warned the handler that their police K9's liked to attack small dogs that were not in crates; even if they are on a leash. I find this behavior appaling! I'm sure that all you other K9 handlers police or not, also find this behavior to be disgraceful. My question to you is, what do you do when it's the police officer(s) who are breaking the law? You can't dial 911; the police are already there. So who do you call? I'd hate to see a few rotten apples, make the entire police K9 community look bad. Internal affairs comes to mind, but who does internal affairs for the sherrif's office?