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Friday, September 30, 2011

Local police plan traffic campaign for Oct. 6

From The Star:

A large traffic-enforcement campaign is being planned for Oct. 6 with police officers across the metro looking for major and minor violations.

Operation Impact, a coalition that includes agencies in Kansas and Missouri, will be watching for drivers who fail to signal lane changes, don’t make complete stops and follow too closely, among other things, said Sgt. Jim Baker of the Shawnee police department.

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