The Waterloo Regional Police Service (WRPS) is welcoming a new, four-legged member.
Police announced on Wednesday that a new recruit is set to join its Canine Unit, but first, he needs a name.
"Please help us choose one that reflects the vibrant Waterloo Region we all call home," read a post on social media.
Community members can post their suggestions for the police service dog's name on WRPS' Twitter or Facebook page, and a winner will be announced later this week.
This newest member will join police service dogs Ranger, Tracker, and Grim in our Canine Unit, but he needs a name!— Waterloo Regional Police (@WRPSToday) April 6, 2022
Please help us choose one that reflects the vibrant Waterloo Region we all call home.
Leave your choice below. ?? A winner will be announced later this week. pic.twitter.com/eGwCZxO87u
Thank you to everyone who submitted names for our new police service dog.— Waterloo Regional Police (@WRPSToday) April 7, 2022
After receiving over 500 name submissions from the community, we have narrowed it down to four options.
Please cast your vote now: https://t.co/BCBKFvLiqB pic.twitter.com/ENsy9XRgtZ