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Swansea police launch new road safety campaign

19th April 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Police in Swansea are visiting primary schools in the area in an effort to improve road safety.

Officers will be at the school gates in the mornings and afternoons to meet with pupils and parents to emphasise the importance of lowering accidents, reports the South Wales Evening Post.

PCSO Dominic Edgell told the news provider: “The primary objective is to educate parents and children alike in relation to road safety, particularly focusing on the use of child seats and seatbelts and parking outside schools.

“We are hoping that holding these events at schools will really help to stress the importance of being safe on the roads.”

The initiative is named Click It Or Ticket and focuses on the importance of wearing selt belts and the problem of dangerous parking.

Motorists must exercise caution near schools and ensure they check warning signs for speed limits.

Travelling at a slow speed is important, as high numbers of children will be near the roads at one time.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801574154-ADNFCR


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