Sergeant Joey Roberts & “Commander” Sergeant Roberts has been with the police department since 1997 and in charge of the Mounted Patrol since 2007. Commander was born in May of 2001, and is a bay Holsteiner. Commander enjoys socializing with the other police horses and being the class clown. Commander is an ex-dressage horse and has been assigned to the unit since May of 2008. He was donated to the Mounted Patrol by Jim and Terri Neese of Olathe, Kansas.
Officer Clark Collings & "Marshall" Officer Collings has served with the KCMO Police Department since 2004, and has been in the Mounted Patrol Unit since 2010. Marshall was born in 2000, and was donated to the KCPD by Shelia Goodman. He is a black Morgan/Friesian cross and is named after Glen Marshall, who was killed in the line of duty in 1916. "Marshall" practices in his pasture and aspires to one day become a "jousting" horse.
Officer Chad Fenwick & "Leiter" Officer Fenwick has been with the KCMO Police Department since 2006 and assigned to the Mounted Patrol Unit since 2011. "Leiter" was born in 1995, is dark bay and is 18 hands high. He is a Holsteiner/Thoroughbred cross who likes police work, his "free time" in the pasture and "cuddling". He was donated to the patrol in 2010 by Bill and Sarah Crooks of Gardner , Kansas. "Leiter" is named to honor the memory of fallen officer John W. Leiter who was killed in the line of duty in 1926.
Officer Travis Hennigan & "Guthrie" Officer Hennigan has been with the KCMO Police Department since 2004 and assigned to the Mounted Patrol Unit since 2011. "Guthrie" was born in 1995 and is a sorrel Quarter horse gelding. Guthrie enjoys relaxing in his free time, cantering slowly and carrots. He was donated in August 2011 by Mitch and Tracy Larson of Weston, Missouri. "Guthrie" is named to honor the memory of fallen Trooper Frederick F. Guthrie Jr., of the Missouri Highway Patrol, who lost his life in the summer of 2011.
Officer Christina Ludwig & "Buddy" Officer Ludwig returned to the KCMO Police Department in 2010 and was assigned to the Mounted Patrol Section in June of 2011. Buddy is a sorrel Quarter horse gelding, born in 1998. He was donated to the Mounted Patrol by Cliff and Chelle Osborne of Platte City, Missouri. Buddy enjoys 80's Hairband Rock, fireworks and any Pisces in his life. He aspires to be a true 16-hand high horse.
Officer Michael Mast & "O'Sullivan Officer Mast has served with the KCPD since 1995 and has been in the Mounted Patrol Unit since 2007. O’Sullivan was born in 2001 and is a sorrel Paint/Quarter horse, which was donated to the KCPD by Carrie Gallagher. O'Sullivan is named after fallen Officer John J. O’Sullivan, who was killed in the line of duty on December 12, 1978. O'Sullivan is a very brave horse and loves challenging obstacles.
Officer Brett Paulson & "Sergeant Major" Officer Paulson had been with the KCMO Police Deparment since 2003 and was assigned to the Mounted Patrol Section in March 2012. Sergeant Major is a red dun Quarter horse who stands 16.1 hands tall. He was born on May 11, 1995, and donated to the Mounted Patorl by Dennis and Susan Davis of Cameron, Missouri. Sgt. Major is extremely curious and enjoys pushing things with his nose. Sgt. Major has been a police horse since the spring of 2007 and specializes in large event crowd control and patrolling the streets of Kansas City.
Officer Aaron Shillcut & "Faulkner" Officer Shillcutt has been with the KCMO Police Department since 2002 and assigned to the Mounted Patrol Section since 2010. "Faulkner" was born in 2000 and is a Thoroughbred/Hanoverian cross gelding and is grey. He is 18 hands tall and enjoys police work and splashing in the water. He was donated to the Mounted Patrol by Shannon Piepergerdes of Kearney, Missouri in December 2008. "Faulkner" is named in honor of fallen officer, Stephen A. Faulkner.
Officer Julie Tomasic & "Meyers" Officer Tomasic has been with the KCPD since 1990 and assigned to the Mounted Patrol Section since 2007. "Meyers" was born in 1998 and is a Quarter horse bay gelding. He is an ex-barrel racing horse from Oklahoma and enjoys crowd control, live music and hot baths. Meyers was donated to the unit in September of 2011 by Nancy Ortlip of Durant, Oklahoma. "Meyers" is named to honor the memory of fallen Officer Thomas R. Meyers.
“Tommy” the barn cat was born in 2006 and came to the unit as a young kitten. He is a domestic short-hair tabby cat with no prior horse experience. Tommy enjoys catting around the barn and toying with the mice he catches.