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Regional police

Regional police are a multijurisdictional police forces which cover duly recognized geopolitical regions.

Canada

In Canada, regional police forces are assigned to regional municipalities in the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Quebec. In the absence of such forces, provincial police or the Royal Canadian Mounted Police perform police duties for the region.

United States

Nevada

New Jersey

New York

Pennsylvania

Through the formation of a "police district" under the control of a Police Commission, some municipalities in Pennsylvania have found that improved and more professional police services could be obtained through inter-governmental cooperation. Having one police department covering two or more neighboring communities, rather than separate police departments, allows each municipality to enjoy the benefits of a larger department, such as specialized units and a professional staff.

Tennessee

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