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DPD tests ‘requested enforcement’ for traffic units

Residents will be able to send requests to DPD officers on where enforcement should be taking place

Delta police officers are testing out a new system for traffic enforcement today (June 7), using requests from residents to determine where they will putting their efforts.

The test started at 10 a.m. with officers in North Delta starting at the bottom of Kittson Parkway. Officers in South Delta are staked out at the entrance of 12th Street from the Save On Foods parking lot.

The plan is to hit as many requested enforcement areas as possible throughout the day. Residents can keep track of the newest enforcement locations by following @DPDTraffic on Twitter.



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