Authorities to sTEP up enforcement over holiday
Iowa police officers, deputy sheriffs, state troopers and DOT officers will participate in the Thanksgiving Holiday effort urging everyone to buckle up. This one-week enhanced enforcement period, beginning today and continuing through Sunday, represents another wave of Iowa’s special Traffic Enforcement Program (sTEP).
The program joins public information efforts with those of the local enforcement communities geared at convincing all motorists of the importance of buckling up. In addition to safety belt violations, officers also will pay close attention to impaired drivers and other moving violations.
Patrick Hoye, bureau chief of the Governor’s Traffic Safety Bureau, continues to stress the importance of buckling up during the daytime hours and especially at night.
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