The Police give positive tickets to children.
On Friday, a special Springfield police program was launched to support children who observe safety rules while being on the streets of the city. Police officers hand special positive tickets to such children.
According to Chief Constable Mark Crane, this program is designed to support children leading themselves safely and set an example for everyone else. He underlined that this is a very important initiative, because after the holidays the children return to schools, and it is very important that they observe the rules of safety of behavior on the street. This will significantly reduce the number of incidents with children on the road.
A very important point is that local society and enterprises support the police program. Together with tickets, children receive coupons for free refreshments from several cafes. Such kind of encouragement will undoubtedly be enjoyed by children and will contribute to their safe behavior when crossing a road or riding a bicycle.
The Chief Constable is very pleased that the police initiative has found support in the city. He considers this program an excellent opportunity for the police to interact with the younger generation.
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