Local MP, Jamie Wallis, has outlined his intention to support FinnsLaw at an event in Parliament today.
Speaking outside Parliament about the event, Jamie said;
“Police dog Finn was brutally stabbed whilst on duty in 2016, detaining a robbery suspect and sustained life-threatening injuries, whilst protecting his handler, PC Dave.
“Whilst Finn thankfully survived, his attacker walked away without punishment because there was no law in place to protect service animals from attack.
“I met with both of them in Parliament to back #FinnsLaw to make sure that loyal public servants like Finn are protected under the law just like their human counterparts!”
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