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BUSY LONG WEEKEND FOR COBOURG POLICE
10/11/2017 6:15:18 AM


The roads sure were busy this past Thanksgiving weekend. Keeping the roads safe was the number one priority of the Cobourg Police during Operation Impact - a special initiative to focus on safe driving practices, and was timed in conjunction with this past long weekend.

It is a coordinated effort between police agencies across the country to work toward the goal of Road Safety Strategy 2025 - the goal to make Canada's roads
the safest in the world - reminding drivers and passengers across Canada to consciously consider safety whenever they get behind the wheel. Buckle seat belts and ensure youngsters are properly restrained in vehicles according to their age and size, refrain from drinking and driving and pay attention to the road at all times, while avoiding aggressive and distracted driving.

The four-day blitz is over and the results are in for Operation Impact over the weekend: laying nine seatbelt charges, 12 speeding charges, and five various
highway traffic act charges for a grand total of 27 charges. Although, these issues are important every day of the year; not just during this special initiative, that's why the Cobourg Police Service will be
joining other police services across Canada and continuing Operation Impact throughout the month of October.
(Photo Credit: Cobourg Police Service)    

   

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