Electronics Recycling Day to Benefit the City of Independence, Kentucky, Police Department K-9 Unit

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Join I.T. Supply Solutions and the City of Independence Police Department in Kentucky as we help raise funds for the department’s new K-9 unit!

We’ll be in the Senior Center parking lot (2001 Jackwoods Parkway in Independence, KY) from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 15, 2021.

About the City Independence Police Department

The City of Independence Police Department is pleased to report that they will be reinstituting a canine (K-9) Unit within the department. This unit existed previously at the department, going out of service in the late 1990s. 

Thank you in advance for your contributions. Your support means so much to the IPD and their efforts to provide the best services.

The City of Independence Police Department is raising money for their K-9 program. The K-9 Unit has proven to be an important tool utilized by the police to combat crime and build community relations. 

The department’s goal is to continue to provide this significant service to the citizens of Independence, KY. The current cost of outfitting a K-9 team (officer, K-9, vehicle, etc.) is approximately $75,000 and is not traditionally funded governmentally. Your police department’s goal is to seek assistance from the community in order to raise funds to place a K-9 Unit into service in 2021.

How Our K-9s assist our Community…

·         Canines are a visible deterrent.

·         Canines detect and locate illegal drugs that have been concealed.

·         Canines track criminals who have fled the scene.

·         Canines search for missing persons.

In addition, the City of Independence Police Department will use our canine as the “community’s best friend.” Our new dog will be on the road every day creating a bridge between the police department and the community.

How Can You Help?          

The City of Independence Police Department and I.T. Supply Solutions have partnered to make the vision of a Canine Unit a reality. The Canine Unit is seeking support through e-waste recycling and community donations on Electronics Recycling Day. The obsolete IT equipment and materials collected will be refurbished and recycled with all proceeds used to offset K-9 Unit startup costs. 

Items We’ll Collect

Do you have some old computer equipment lying around your home or business? 

Bring them by, and we’ll recycle them. Proceeds from the recycling will go towards the department’s K-9 unit fundraising goal.

Items collected include:

  • Desktops
  • Laptops
  • Phones (landlines or cellular)
  • Flat monitors
  • Servers
  • Loose hard drives
  • Calculators
  • Cameras

(Please note: No old TVs, microwaves, or bulky monitors.)

Make Monetary Donations

You can also make monetary donations to this effort.

Donations can be dropped off or made by mail. Check or money order to be made payable to ‘City of Independence’ to:

Independence Police Department

Canine Unit Donation

5409 Madison Pike

Independence, Kentucky 41051

About I.T. Supply Solutions

Part of I.T. Supply Solutions’ mission is to give back to the community. We help with food drives, toy drives, and other worthy causes that benefit the communities in and around Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. We’re proud to partner with the IPD and their drive to get a K-9 unit.

See you Saturday!

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Electronics Recycling Day to benefit the Independence Police Department's K-9 Unit

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Items collected include desktops, laptops, phones (landlines or cellular), flat monitors, servers, loose hard drives, calculators, and cameras.

Please note: No old TVs, microwaves, or bulky monitors.

Donations can be dropped off or made by mail. Check or money order to be made payable to ‘City of Independence’ to:

Independence Police Department
Canine Unit Donation
5409 Madison Pike
Independence, Kentucky 41051
Dropbox available in parking lot

Send contributions via Venmo to Independence Canine using @Independence-Canine.