Operation Ten-4 calls for public comments on Stettler’s traffic strategy

We hear you! Ten-4 is a traffic strategy promoting better communication and collaboration

We hear you!

Ten-4 is a traffic strategy promoting better communication and collaboration between concerned citizens and Municipal Enforcement.

However, Ten-4 is not just about citizens communicating and sharing concerns. It is also about Municipal Enforcement responding to them.

Having received constructive feedback, Municipal Enforcement takes action with a dedicated, straightforward, and professional traffic plan.

Move 1: Share your traffic concerns with us, by sending them to Ten-4@Stettler.CA. When sharing concerns, please be specific. Be sure to include what, where, and when.

Move 2: Upon receiving your feedback, Municipal Enforcement prepares a suitable traffic “reaction” plan. They then anonymously publish your traffic concern and their proposed traffic reaction plan in the local media.

Move 3: Once Municipal Enforcement publishes your traffic concern and the proposed action plan in the local media, they commit to enforcing their traffic plan, as planned, announced, and scheduled.

In addition to issuing verbal warnings, written warnings, and violation tickets, Municipal Enforcement may distribute traffic safety pamphlets and children’s artwork.

Move 4: Municipal Enforcement concludes this cycle of Operation: Ten-4 by publishing results and statistics in the local media. Operation: Ten-4 then restarts at Move 1 with new concerns.

OPERATION Ten-4: a dedicated, straightforward, and professional traffic enforcement strategy.

Targeted offences: Sec. 115 (2) (P-P.2) TSA — exceed maximum speed limit ($57-$703, or court), Sec. 115 (2)(e) TSA — stunting (startling/distracting other highway users) ($402), Sec. 115 (2)(b) TSA — Drive Carelessly ($402), Sec. 2(1)(a) UHRRR — unreasonable rate of speed ($172), Sec. 53 UHRRR — failure to yield for pedestrians ($115-$172), and all other offences related to extreme, careless, dangerous, or inconsiderate driving.

When this cycle of Operation: Ten-4 concludes, Municipal Enforcement will publish results and statistics in the local media.

For further information about this program, contact the Stettler RCMP detachment at (403) 742-3382.

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