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Traffic Safety

November 20, 2016
Reinbeck Courier

The Grundy County Sheriff's Office will participate in a project with the Governor's Traffic Safety Bureau (GTSB) which is promoting traffic safety in Grundy County.

Sheriff officers conducted a seatbelt survey this past week in the rural areas and a seatbelt usage rate of 95% was recorded for front seat occupants.

The days of Sunday, November 20 through Sunday, November 27 will be the Iowa 'Special Traffic Enforcement Program' (sTEP).

Grundy County officers will be looking specifically for seat belt and child restraint violations, along with excessive speed, stop sign violations and alcohol/drug usage.

The Sheriff noted the above period includes the Thanksgiving Holidays, therefore he urges everyone to drive with care.

The sTEP (special Traffic Enforcement Programs) are funded by a grant from the Governor's Traffic Safety Bureau.

 
 

 

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