A new traffic safety program started Tuesday in Trenton. Officers will now be monitoring designated roadways and streets for traffic violations. Police Chief Tommy Wright said the program is to designed to help the department better respond to complaints.
Tenth Street near the High School, Crowder Street, and Cedar Street at Cross Hall were heavily patrolled this week. Chief Wright added that the department is using the internet to promote their “Selective Traffic Enforcement” campaign.
Press Release from the Trenton Police Department
Chief Tommy Wright of the Trenton Police Department advises that the Police Department has implemented a new traffic safety program designed to reduce speeding and hazardous moving violations in the City of Trenton. Starting Tuesday, November 13th, 2012, Officers will be monitoring designated roadways and streets for traffic violations such as speeding, careless and imprudent driving, and failing to stop at stop signs.
Chief Wright advises that the goal of the program is to be responsive to citizen complaints of traffic violations in their neighborhood as well as to remind the motoring public about traffic safety issues.