Sioux County Sheriff’s Office Doing School Patrols Again

Date posted - March 8, 2012

The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office is conducting another part of their school traffic safety enforcement project on Thursday, March 8.

Deputies are focusing extra enforcement on roads known to have a high amount of school traffic. Deputies will patrol various roads used by students traveling to and from school. They will enforce traffic laws and increase their presence during these busy times.

Over the course of the last several years, the sheriff’s office has concentrated on traffic enforcement in an effort to lower the high number of traffic fatalities and injury accidents throughout Sioux County. This project is a continued effort to keep motorists safe.

The officers plan to conduct school traffic safety focus today on these roads:

*Highway 10 Hawarden to Orange City
*Highway 18 Rock Valley to Sheldon
*Highway 75 from Highway 18 to Sioux Center

By Scott Van Aartsen
News Director

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