The Macomb County Sheriff's Office will join other local police departments in patrolling seat belt enforcement zones, listed here, during Click It or Ticket campaign, which runs May 21 through June 3.
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Saturday, May 26, 2012
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
The Macomb County Sheriff's Office will join other local police departments in patrolling seat belt enforcement zones during Click It or Ticket campaign, which runs May 21 through June 3.
Buckle up, Macomb, seat belt safety zones are now in effect and both the sheriff’s office and local police departments are stepping up their patrols over the next two weeks. With the launch of the national Click It or Ticket campaign on May 21, Macomb County Sheriff’s Capt. Brenda Baker said the sheriff’s office has increased its own road patrols and will assist local departments by patrolling established enforcement zones during the campaign. In the Macomb Township area, enforcement zones stretch along Hall Road, 23 Mile and I-94, Gratiot Avenue and 22 Mile, 23 Mile and Schoenherr, and 21 Mile and Van Dyke, to name a few. "The Click It or Ticket campaign is one of the reasons Michigan has always been a leader in reducing traffic …
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Law enforcement agencies will be looking for motorists who aren't buckled up during the "Click It or Ticket" campaign that runs through June 5.
A busy season of barbecues, graduation parties and trips Up North is about to kick off and, in anticipation, the national Click It or Ticket campaign has begun. Officers from more than 200 Michigan law enforcement agencies will work to enforce the state's seat belt law, which requires all drivers, as well as passengers in the front seat or who are 15 or younger, to buckle up. "Michigan has a primary seat belt law, which means law enforcement can stop and ticket motorists solely for not being buckled up," according to the Michigan State Police website. The law also says children must ride in a car seat or booster seat until they are 8 years old or 4'9" tall, whichever comes first. Those who do not comply could face a $65 fine. "It's pretty …