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Up To Speed Lasers vs Speeders Jan 31, 2013 7:08 Speeders beware. The winnipeg police service has new technology to ticket leadfooted drivers. Second Chances Jan 15, 2013 6:48 CBC Manitoba is very pleased to be part of the "human library" project.
Friday, told police that he was using one hand to drive and one hand to capture video of his speedometer to show how fast his car could go to potential buyers, said Norwood Police Officer Kevin Grasso. Police said the driver, whose name was not
Speeding up the process of slowing down drivers on Interstate 57, Illinois State Police got a head start Thursday, initiating the use of photo enforcement equipment near the construction zone at Exit 315 in Bradley. A visit from the Illinois
As the school year approaches, New York City is stepping up efforts to catch drivers who go too fast near schools. The state Legislature agreed in June to let the city set up 20 to 40 "speed cameras" in school zones to catch and deter speeders. Mayor
She was driving east on 2100 South past Sugar House Park and noticed two Salt Lake City motorcycle cops with their radar guns looking for speeders to pull over. She continued east to 2100 East where she noticed a toddler, about 2 or 3 years old,
The New Jersey State Police is joining law enforcement throughout the country for the "I-80 Challenge Highway Safety Initiative." Troopers along the interstate will target motorists who speed, drive drunk or don't wear seatbelts through the end of
Maine (AP) Maine state police are warning motorists that troopers will be out in force for the holiday weekend...Robert Williams, state police chief, says Memorial Day weekend sets the tone for the summer season and that the state police goal is to
R.I. (AP) Rhode Island State Police are stepping up enforcement of seat belt and child restraint laws before and after the Memorial Day holiday. The Click It or Ticket'' campaign to crack down on those violating seat belt and child restraint laws
Moraga hands out more speeding tickets than any other town in the Bay Area. Moraga's Officer Russell Douthit to look for speeders. "A traffic stop is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get," said Douthit. Moraga's violent
But the department managed to rake in millions of dollars in forfeited drug proceeds by leading a task force that conducted investigations across the country, many with little or no link to the South Florida town.