There is no formal agreement. We are daily integrating our police officers with Americans, all the time. We deal with anything that happens at the bridge, anything that happens on the water, anything that happens on the land. As I mentioned earlier, we are the primary policing agency in Windsor and that area, so my people are the ones who respond to anything. If the bridge were to close for some type of job action or something like that, vehicles that are on the NAFTA highway stop in Windsor. We have to deal with that traffic situation and things of that nature.
We are part of a communications interoperability project right now hosted by Homeland Security in the United States for southeastern Michigan and regions encompassing border areas. My police service has a member who assists the Americans in writing grants for that radio interoperability opportunity. Money has been flowing into southeastern Michigan, and those radio systems will be coming right to Windsor and the border—my understanding is, right from Sault Ste. Marie to Lake Erie and Ohio.