Hogan was born in Washington in 2006. He was brought to RCMP Kennels when he was 18 months old to start his narcotic detection training. He graduated in June 2008 and was teamed with Cst. Paul Paquin.
Hogan worked the highways as part of the “K” Division Roving Traffic Unit and was responsible for seizing roughly $25 million worth of contraband on Alberta’s highways.
Hogan retired from the RCMP in 2016 and remained with Cst. Paquin. He worked in the private sector detecting narcotics before permanently retiring in June 2018. Hogan now enjoys days of laying around after a long and productive career.