How Fios the dog is helping serve and protect the citizens of Camden

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In 2014, Verizon made a donation to Camden County to purchase and train K-9 Fios. In 2016, Verizon donated again to purchase and train a second K-9 named Recon. These police dogs are making their community a safer and happier place to live.

“I see my dog more than my family. I come to work, he comes to work with me and when I go home, he’s with me,” says Joseph Olivo, an officer at the Camden County Police department. “The bond that my partner Fios and I have is a lot stronger than I would say any other officer that I ever worked with.”

Fios and Recon are making a huge difference in Camden, and we're proud to them call honorary members of the V Team.

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