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Traffic Enforcement Results on Montezuma Street Featured

Lt. Corey Kasun, Prescott PD March 11, 2022 108
Results from Focused Speed Enforcement on Montezuma Street

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  • During the week of February 27th, a focused traffic enforcement detail took place
  • Officers concentrated on dangerous and reckless violations to include speeding violations
  • 72 vehicles were stopped, with 97 violations written
  • Driving safety is the responsibility of every driver
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Prescott Police are attempting to slow traffic down

During the week of February 27th, 2022, the Traffic Safety Section of the Prescott Police Department conducted extra traffic enforcement on Montezuma Street. Officers concentrated their efforts on this roadway looking for dangerous and reckless violations to include speeding violations. Officers stopped 72 vehicles which resulted in 97 traffic violations.

The Prescott Police Department will continue traffic enforcement details throughout the city in an attempt to slow traffic down in order to reduce serious traffic crashes.

Highway safety is the responsibility of every driver. If you observe erratic driving behavior, contact law enforcement immediately.

Please contact dispatch at (928) 445-3131 for non-emergencies and 911 in case of an emergency.

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