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In The Zone

Durham Regional Police want to remind drivers that it is back to class for students in Durham Region following the Christmas break. Police will be conducting a zero tolerance traffic enforcement campaign targeting school and community safety zones during the week of January 7-11. Last year, more than 1,000 traffic tickets were issued during this blitz, which included 667 tickets for speeding and eight charges of distracted driving. The goal of this annual “In the Zone” enforcement campaign is to ensure high officer visibility and proactive enforcement in and around school zones during the first week back to school.

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