Handover of three former police dog vans to three local charities – Cheltenham Animal Shelter (CAS), Teckels Animal Sanctuary and Serve On Search & RescueK9 team 
By Police & Crime Commissioner Martin Surl and Chief Constable Suzette Davenport - (L to R)  Chief Constable Suzette Davenport,  Andy Harris from Serve On Search & RescueK9 ,  Clare Campbell from Teckels, Erica Harden from CAS, , Police & Crime Commissioner Martin Surl and- 27.1.2019

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