Numerous drivers have been charged after complaints from Scugog school crossing guards led to police enforcement.
A social media post from Durham Regional Police says after receiving complaints, North Division officers analyzed data, prepared an action plan and completed enforcement.
As a result, police say four were driving while distracted, two were not wearing seatbelts, 11 were speeding and one driver was suspended.
“We will assess our results & continue to focus on these problem locations,” wrote Inspector Cathy Bawden in a follow-up tweet.
“You may not see us – our vehicles are not always highly visible.”