Some people don't like the idea of taking work home, but Police Officer Michael Vice loves it.
"I can never get rid of him. He's a good guy at home. He loves the kids at home and they love having him there."
24 hours a day, seven days a week, Fido is by his side.
"On and off the streets, we do something everyday."
Vice got Fido at just five months old and trained him to be a narcotics dog. For two-and-a-half years, he's been patrolling the streets.
"There's a lot of drugs out here. A lot of kids are peer-pressured into trying them at a young age and that's how they get started in them. If we can get as many off the street as we can to help that cause, I think we done good."
They love the community and each other. When they're not fighting crime, they like to hop in the boat and go fishing; spend quality time with the family which makes for good conversation in the car.
"He's a big commitment, but it's fun though."
Officer Vice says his father inspired him to become a police officer. He, too, was a cop in Our Town.
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