Georgia Police Cracking Down on Speeding
THOMASVILLE, GA - Georgia police officers are working to prevent drivers from speeding through “Operation Southern Shield,” according to WALB.COM. Law enforcement in the state have said that the campaign has led to a decline in traffic deaths in recent years.*
The campaign looks into different dangerous driving behaviors each year. In the past, cell phones and distracted driving were the main target and focus of the initiative.
For 2020, the main focus is on speeding and the dangers caused by motorists who violate the speed limit.
During the pandemic, speeding has become a greater issue with lighter traffic on the road. Of course, while police are primarily getting out the message about speeding, they are also looking for other dangerous driving behaviors.
Police are hopeful that the public will voluntarily choose to obey sped limits in order to be cognizant and respectful of others on the road. Police will be using radar devices, as they normally do throughout the year, to determine the speeds of passing cars. Officers remind drivers that speeding is a major factor in crashes, especially those that end in tragedies. Officers say that even just seeing a police car can serve as a reminder to drivers of the need to be more cautious.
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