80+ Police Dog Names

Our puppies make not only best friends, but they also make great companions in the fight against crime! Dogs have been used by the police for decades, as their strength, agility and heightened flair are a great addition to any team! Police dogs are an incredibly important addition to the police force and truly provide a much-needed paw of assistance.

Therefore, a respectable name that honors the brave and courageous dogs of police forces around the world is the perfect choice for your new puppy. The police name will emphasize the intelligence, courage, strength of character of your dog.

Male Police Dog Names

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  • Ranger
  • Major
  • Partner
  • Prowl
  • Cheif
  • Lieutenant
  • Coop
  • Trooper
  • Donut
  • Colonel
  • Sarge
  • Odin
  • Fuzz
  • Officer
  • Buddy
  • Deputy
  • Popo
  • Baton
  • Sargent

Female Police Dog Names

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  • Joplin
  • Katniss
  • Noble
  • Mercy
  • Rookie
  • Raven
  • Olympia
  • Alaska
  • Sheba
  • Honor
  • Avalanche
  • Brooklyn
  • Echo
  • Elektra
  • Glory
  • Faith
  • Sable
  • Mystique
  • Rogue
  • Liberty
  • Agent
  • Justice

Police Dog Names Inspired By Movies And TV

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  • Murph or Murphy (The name of the law officer turned crime-fighting cyborg from the 1987 sci-fi classic, Robocop)
  • Benson (As in Olivia, the detective on Law & Order)
  • Somerset or Mills (The detectives played by Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt in the 1995 thriller Se7en)
  • Ponch (One half of the motorcycle-riding team from 70s sensation CHiPs)
  • Elliot or Ness (The man who brought down Al Capone, portrayed in 1987’s The Untouchables by Kevin Costner)
  • Exley (The ambitious, by-the-book detective from 1997’s L.A. Confidential)
  • Callahan (As in Dirty Harry, who was portrayed by Clint Eastwood)
  • Archer (Not the animated spy but the FBI Special Agent played by John Travolta in 1997’s Face/Off)
  • Friday (Joe Friday, of Dragnet fame)
  • Hooch (The lovable dog from the 1989 Tom Hanks vehicle)
  • Axel or Foley (Beverly Hills Cop)
  • Crockett (One-half of the 80s smash, Miami Vice)
  • Starsky or Hutch (These would make great names for a pair of bonded K-9 recruits!)
  • Clarice or Starling (The FBI student from The Silence Of The Lambs)
  • Tango (The other narcotics expert from 1989’s Tango & Cash, as played by Sylvester Stallone)
  • Columbo (The whodunnit detective from the 70s TV show)
  • Rizzo (The detective depicted by Christopher Walken in the 1977 horror flick The Sentinel)
  • Rico or Tubbs (The other half of the 80s smash, Miami Vice)
  • Vincennes (As in Jack, the detective played by Kevin Spacey in the aforementioned L.A. Confidential)
  • Wiggum or Wiggums (The chief of the Springfield P.D. on The Simpsons)
  • Briscoe (Law & Order)
  • Murtaugh or Riggs (The water-and-oil duo from the Lethal Weapon films)
  • Cash or Kash (Kurt Russell’s narcotics expert from 1989’s Tango & Cash)
  • Kojak (The bald, lollipop-sucking New York detective from the 70s procedural)
  • Drebin (The fictional star of the Police Squad! series and Naked Gun movies)
  • Roscoe (The deputy from The Dukes of Hazzard)
  • Bullitt (From the 1968 movie of the same name)

Dog Names Inspired By Military

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  • Sig or Sauer
  • Walther
  • Pistol
  • Rocket
  • Beretta
  • Justice
  • Mauser
  • Ranger
  • Remington
  • Wesson
  • Colonel
  • Magnum
  • Gavel
  • Colt
  • Deringer
  • Ruger

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