Click It or Ticket Campaign, May 15 - June 4

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The public is invited to attend a free event for the 2018 Click It or Ticket Kickoff 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 16 at the Herman N. Menapace Health & Education Center, 1141 N. Monroe Drive.

To help keep you safe, law enforcement agencies across the state are making sure you buckle up.

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Don't be surprised to see lots of blue lights Tuesday afternoon along highways from Ashland, Ky., to Ironton as tri-state emergency responders kick off the national Click It or Ticket seat belt campaign.

The city of Fulton Police Department will join local and national law enforcement officers and highway safety advocates all across the country for the 2018 national Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization, May 21 through June 3. The campaign is aimed at enforcing seat belt use.

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Poedubicky said a key focus of this year's campaign is to promote seat belt use by adults in all seating positions in the vehicle, both front and rear.

Law enforcement will be cracking down on Click It or Ticket violators around the clock. As a result of the effort, law enforcement officers issued 17,792 seat belt citations, 6,363 speeding summonses and made 976 impaired driving arrests.

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According to a Washington Traffic Safety Commission report, Spokane and Whitman counties lag behind the state with observed seat belt use rates of 93.7 percent and 91.4 percent respectively, Stevens County beats the statewide average slightly with an observed rate of 95.5 percent. "While we cannot always avoid a crash, we can take the responsibility to do everything in our power to protect ourselves and our loved ones".

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