SGI had a number of High Visibility Enforcement Check Stops around the province his past weekend.

Stops were set up on Highway 11 at Chamberlain and east of Saskatoon on Highway 16. Out of the 1700 vehicles that passed through the stops, 80 tickets were issued under the Traffic Safety Act, 22 under the alcohol and gaming regulations, four vehicles that failed safety inspections, one vehicle was impounded, 5 roadside suspensions were handed out relating to alcohol and drug consumption, and 28 written warnings were issued.

The High Visibility Enforcement Check Stops were run by the combined traffic service, which is made up of RCMP Traffic services, Regina, Saskatoon and Moose Jaw Police.


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