No charges laid during RIDE programs in Brock and Scugog

No charges were laid following RIDE programs in Beaverton and Port Perry on Thursday (Nov. 7) night.

According to a social media post from Inspector Cathy Bawden, a total of 95 vehicles were stopped with “zero enforcement outcomes.”

“Ninety-five amazing discussions as educational pamphlets were provided to folks,” she noted.

The pamphlets aim to educate drivers about the four main causes of fatal collisions – distracted driving, aggressive driving, impaired driving and not wearing seatbelts.

The annual Festive RIDE program by the DRPS is launching next Thursday (Nov. 14) in Ajax.

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