Six Drivers Stopped in Two New Community Safety Zones

Photo Credit: NRPS Road Safety Twitter page, @NRPSRoadSafety

September 18, 2019

By: Marcie Culbert

Niagara Regional Police pulled over six drivers, while monitoring two community safety zones yesterday.

Officers issued four tickets and two warnings in front of St. David's Public School in Niagara-on-the-Lake and Twenty Valley Public School in Vineland.

Both of those areas just recent became community safety zones a few weeks ago. Drivers caught breaking the law could face double the fine.

In a post on Twitter, the Niagara Regional Police Service Traffic Enforcement Unit says you should slow down and "we will be back."

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