The Pulaski Police Department is looking for funding to replace their retiring K-9 in August. The K9 officer Raider and his handler Officer James Tinlin are both set to step down at the same time. The Pulaski Police Department is looking to raise funds for a replacement, which could cost around $80,000 for the dog, the training and a proper vehicle. The partners have served in the Pulaski Police Department for eight years, and Raider helped with drug tracking and suspect apprehension. One event that is planned is a 5KFUNd RUN on April 23rd.