Owner of dog SLC police shot is calling supporters to public meeting on police training
SALT LAKE CITY – The owner of Geist, the dog Salt Lake City Police shot and killed, said he plans to visit the Salt Lake City council Tuesday.
Sean Kendall will go to the council to demand they require non-lethal dog encounter training of all city police officers.
Kendall said he believes without that requirement, what happened to his dog will continue to happen to other pets.
Kendall has invited others who feel the same to join him at the meeting at 6 p.m.