Police Ramping Up Traffic Enforcement in Mississauga
If you’re texting, randomly stopping to let your kids out, or speeding in Mississauga, take note — Peel police are making their presence known in the south end of the city on Monday morning.
“Additional officers are out for enforcement and traffic safety,” said Const. Bally Saini.
You’ll definitely spot them in Port Credit.
That’s where police are targeting residential school zones, speeding, distracted driving, and other unruly behaviour behind the wheel.
The heightened police presence is in school zones and residential areas, said Saini.
Photo courtesy of Peel Regional Police
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