Four Corners Cops Without Borders
It was two years ago that four different Law Enforcement agencies came together, made an agreement to protect a neighborhood that borders the lines of four counties. This agreement is making a difference to the community of Melrose.
A mutual aid agreement started two years ago between Alachua, Bradford, Putnam and Clay counties has been renewed. The agreement was updated to include the two new sheriff's. If something happens in Melrose, any agency can cross the line without facing consequences. Alachua County Sheriff, Sadie Darnell says," The deputies get the word that they're not only legal to do it, but they're encouraged to be proactive in this area, to get to know each other and to respond quickly".
The agreement is in effect until April 15th, 2013. At that point it can be renewed, amended, or extended.
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