TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) — The Kansas Highway Patrol worked numerous special enforcements throughout the month of November.
Those included speeding, seat belts and DUI patrols. These were in addition to the work Patrol personnel conduct on a regular basis.
“Last year, I asked KHP commanders to add an additional component to our enforcement efforts,” said KHP Superintendent, Colonel Mark Bruce. “Specifically, they were asked to identify known areas where aggressive enforcement efforts may prove beneficial.”
The special enforcement results are below:
|November||Year to date|
|Seatbelt Citations-Teen (14-17 yrs)||2||27|
|Child Restraint Citations (0-13 yrs)||10||54|
|Total Public Contacts||889||8,927|