Corporal Amy LeClair retires after 21 years of service in the NEK

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DERBY — After more than 21 years of service with the Vermont State Police, Corporal Amy LeClair retired this week.

Corporal LeClair joined the Vermont State Police in January 2001 and was assigned to the Derby office after graduation from the Vermont Police Academy.

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She remained in the Northeast Kingdom throughout her career, holding assignments as a Patrol Trooper and Detective.

Her diligence and hard work were recognized with a Division Commander’s Award for her efforts in solving a high-profile stolen firearm case.

Currently the senior trooper at the Derby office, LeClair is well-respected by both VSP peers and the citizens of the NEK.

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The Vermont State Police released a statement thanking her for years of service and wishing her and her family a happy and healthy retirement.

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