Traffic Enforcement Unit officers
are particularly responsible for the traffic issues and concerns
relating to the safe and the expeditious flow of traffic, roadway
parking, school crossing safety, neighborhood selective traffic
enforcement action and traffic crashes, the severity of which range
from minor property damage to those involving a fatality. As such,
they enforce the laws and regulations governing vehicular, bicycle
and pedestrian movement within the City limits.
Unit officers regularly assist citizens who present them with requests
to deal with violations such as speeding or cut-through traffic
in their respective neighborhoods.
The Traffic Enforcement Unit is
a member of the Orange County Community Traffic Safety Team. Unit
officers participate in multi-agency roadblocks throughout the year.
These roadblocks especially target drivers who are under the influence
of alcohol and/or drugs. They also make the driving public more
aware of the dangers associated with operating a motor vehicle with
unsafe equipment or without the use of a seat belt. Unit officers
who are certified by the American Automobile Association (AAA) conduct
weekly child vehicle safety seat program inspections by appointment
at the police station in addition to presenting the program on-site
at schools and day care centers. Unit officers educate students
and the general motoring public on traffic safety issues by lectures
and demonstrations, sometimes on a one-to-one basis. They also sit
as members of traffic management and traffic safety groups with
personnel of other law enforcement agencies.
If you have any questions about the Traffic Enforcement Unit please contact Sgt. Bruce Robinson at 407-599-3510 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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