Cobourg Police host sobriety test training
COBOURG - Last week, and again this week, two Cobourg Police Service officers are teaching other police service men and women the newest standard of roadside sobriety testing.
Officers from Stratford and the Waterloo area are assisting and evaluating them as part of the Cobourg officers’ training, says Deputy Chief Paul VandeGraaf.
About 20 people are being trained each week, including those from neighbouring Port Hope Police and both the city and Ontario Provincial Police from Peterborough, plus Northumberland OPP, VandeGraaf said.
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