PHOTOS: Service dog “Renn” named after fallen IMPD officer

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Nov. 18, 2014)– Renn is just about ready for duty.

Mayor Ballard, public safety officials and Lynn Renn, widow of fallen Indianapolis Metropolitan police officer Perry Renn, joined the Indiana Canine Assistance Network Tuesday to name a new service dog in his memory.

Renn, a 3-month-old Golden Retriever Labrador mix puppy, is currently being trained by the Indiana Canine Assistance Network (ICAN), an organization that trains and places services dogs with individuals with disabilities.

Renn was introduced during a naming ceremony Tuesday morning at IMPD North District.

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