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January 3, 2004

Albany - Dougherty County's Police Chief will travel to Israel to learn how to fight terrorism. Chief Don Cheek is one of twelve officers chosen for the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange. The delegations will study with the Israeli National Police.

Chief Cheek says the security will be tight. "The security arraignments are beyond comprehension. but, there has never been an incident with a delegation, and this is the 13th delegation to attend."

Billy Purcell, with the ABAC police force, was also chosen for the exchange program. The group will leave sometime in late spring.

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