published Thursday, July 26th, 2012

"More Cops More Stops" program underway in Tennessee

NASHVILLE, TN — In an effort to save lives, the Governor's Highway Safety Office is again working across the state to crack down on traffic safety violators including impaired drivers, seat belt violators, distracted drivers, and speeders, during its "More Cops. More Stops." campaign Thursday through Sunday.

"With school starting just around the corner, many people are out enjoying the last of their summer vacations," said Tennessee Highway Patrol Colonel Tracy Trott. "Too often, people get caught up in the fun and break traffic safety laws, putting themselves and others at risk. We believe this special enforcement push will make our roadways safer for everyone, and we hope the message stays with people year-round."

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