• Police from Vt. and Quebec to practice cooperation
    The Associated Press | May 22,2013
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    Vermont State Police troopers and their counterparts from the Surete du Quebec are holding a two-day exercise to work on cross-border law enforcement.

    The exercise is being held Wednesday and Thursday at the Jay Peak resort.

    The event is the third workshop designed to develop relationships and a better understanding between officers of various law enforcement agencies on both sides of the border.

    The first workshop was held in Orford, Quebec. Another was held last year in Jay.

    State Police Capt. Rob Evans says the exercise is an opportunity to work together for the special teams created to work along the border.
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