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ISP announces results of Wabash/Edwards seat belt patrols

Posted by on Wednesday, August 21st, 2019 @ 3:53 pm.

WABASH/EDWARDS COs., Ill. – Illinois State Police (ISP) District 19 Interim Commander, Lieutenant Lance Hinkle, announces the results of an Occupant Restraint Enforcement Patrol (OREP) held in Wabash and Edwards Counties during August.

This OREP provided extra patrol coverage for the ISP so officers could focus on saving lives by making sure all vehicle occupants were buckled up.

Below are the stats:

Most motorists know safety belts save lives, but some ignore their safety and that of their families by neglecting to use safety belts and child restraint devices. These patrols reinforce the occupant protection message by focusing on those who ignore the law. Lives can be saved if people simply “buckle up!” This project is funded through the Illinois Department of Transportation.


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