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Police focus on vehicle and pedestrian safety

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Nov 08, 2012 - 12:24 PM |
Greater Sudbury Police Service doled out 259 seatbelt and child-restraint-related charges in October as part of the service's monthly initiative.

Seatbelt and child-restraint enforcement was the focus last month. Distracted driving through the use of cellphones was also on police radar.

During the month of November, police will be focusing their attention on unsafe motor vehicles and pedestrian safety.

Officers will be conducting enforcement activities throughout the city, to enhance the safety of roadways and to promote public awareness of proper driving, vehicle operation behaviours and roadway use.

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