Stettler police put brakes on violations in downtown

Last Thursday and Friday, Stettler RCMP initiated Phase 4 of Operation Ten-4.

Last Thursday and Friday, Stettler RCMP initiated Phase 4 of Operation Ten-4. Investigators conducted a specialized enforcement action that concentrated attention in the downtown and industrial areas of Stettler, because of citizens’ concerns.

At total of 74 provincial violation tickets were issued, along with one municipal bylaw ticket. The breakdown of offences were:

14 — speeding.

3 — distracted driving.

1 — crosswalk.

52 — vehicle equipment (tinted front windows, blacked-out tail-lights and head-lights).

1 — stunting.

3 — documents.

Stettler RCMP thanks the members of the public who pointed out the traffic issues in the town. Your support is appreciated.

The public is encouraged to continue to share your traffic concerns with the police, by sending them to Ten-4@Stettler.net.

When sharing concerns, please be specific. Be sure to include what, where and when.

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

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