Canada Protection Plan
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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