Hugo volunteers through the Hertfordshire Constabulary RAPPAW plan, which sees experienced dog owners and their pooches help susceptible victims and witnesses.
They likewise offer wellbeing assistance to officers and staff within the force.
Two-year-old Hugo, whose competitors name is Watercroft Mark One, contended in the prominent dog program on Saturday, March 11 declaring Best Boy in the Norfolk Terrier post graduate dog class.
RAPPAW volunteer PC Jo Healey, who owns Hugo with retired policemans Dee Rayner, said: “Since beginning his RAPPAW work 14 months earlier, Hugo has actually been a struck with everybody he satisfies.
“This was his very first time completing at Crufts so we’re so happy to leave with the Best Boy title, which is so fitting for him.
“After the formalities of the competition were over, he was straight back to enjoying cuddles with everyone he met at the show before heading home for a well-earned rest.”
Since being introduced in 2016, RAPPAW has actually supplied an important service, allowing officers, through animal treatment, to build trust with susceptible victims and witnesses, consisting of kids and the elderly.