The Orkney Drugs Dog Charity is proud to be associated with all companies mentioned on this page. The charity is extremely grateful for the support, assistance and donations offered by these companies and organisations.

  • With Cooke Aquaculture being a family owned company we naturally place a large emphasis on togetherness, the local community and importantly family itself. We are delighted to have been able to contribute towards the Orkney Drugs Dog Charity and are encouraged by their work so far and look forward to their future efforts in ensuring that Orkney remains one of if not the best and safest places to live in the UK.

  • Taking ownership of our first vehicle!

    W R Tullock & Sons Ltd have donated a Ford C-Max suitable for use by Orkney Drugs Dog which can be converted to carry a detection dog. The keys were handed over by Managing Director, Warren Tullock and gratefully accepted by our Chairman Andrew Drever along with Steering Group members Andy McGinn, Sylvia Robertson and Moira Kelday.

    Mr Tullock said “We are delighted to have been able to assist Orkney Drugs Dog with the supply of their first vehicle. With the increasing pressures on young people in today’s society our company welcomes this initiative and we hope that by having a drugs dog in Orkney it will help in keeping our community safe.”

  • Through effective and efficient Partnership working, we will empower and support individuals, families and communities to move towards a safe and healthy lifestyle free from the negative impacts of substance misuse.

  • We value very highly our local community and young workforce, and wish to ensure that Orkney remains one of the safest, most prosperous places in the UK to grow up and live. We are therefore naturally therefore glad to be able to provide assistance to the Orkney Drugs Dog Charity.

Our Aims

To contribute to the reduction of the supply of controlled substances coming in to Orkney by the provision of a trained drugs dog or dogs,helping to prevent access to harmful substances for the health benefit of the people of Orkney and neighbouring local authority areas.

To work in partnership to increase public knowledge and to educate the community as to the extent of drug misuse, its damaging effects on individuals, families, society in general and the economy.