Thank you, Roxy! FBI celebrates K-9 officer’s retirement

The Newark field office of the FBI held a retirement ceremony for one of its K-9 officers.

News 12 Staff

Aug 25, 2021, 9:27 PM

Updated 960 days ago

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The Newark field office of the FBI held a retirement ceremony for one of its K-9 officers.
K-9 Roxy leaves the office this December. She will join her handler Special Agent Scott Nawrocki.
Roxy joined the FBI in 2013 after graduating as the youngest cadet from the New Jersey State Police Academy. She was the office’s only explosives detection canine.
"She and her partner-in-crime fighting, Special Agent Nawrocki, have helped protect their fellow agents, the community at large and have assisted in the apprehension of dangerous people,” says Special Agent in Charge George Crouch Jr. “We are in their debt and wish them a happy, healthy retirement with our gratitude."
Anyone who would like to offer their well-wishes can use #ThankYouRoxy or #HappyRetirementRoxy on social media.


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