Cherry Hill was a big police department forced to layoff officers this past June due to budget cuts.
But now the department is looking to other sources of revenue to fund public safety initiatives, like expanding the department’s k-9 unit.
On Wednesday, Cherry Hill added two new k-9 cops to the four it already had for use patrolling the township.
Subaru and NFI Industries, which are headquartered here, came forward with $20,000 to get the police department those new dogs.
They are being trained to sniff out drugs, work on patrol details and sniff out explosives in this sprawling town.