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Maywood Police Officers Ticketed for Not Wearing Seat ...

State law exempts police from wearing seat belts, but Maywood Police chief wants his officers to wear them nonetheless MAYWOOD | At last night's Legal, License and Ordinance Committee (LLOC) meeting, Maywood Police Chief Valdimir Talley reported to the village's Board of Trustees that, upon his orders, two officers had received compliance tickets …

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Delhi Police to issue fine for not wearing rear seat belt ...

As part of this drive, the traffic police will issue fine of up to ₹1,000 for not wearing rear seat belt. So far this drive is in place only in the western regions of the national capital. However, the traffic police are likely to expand it to other regions as well. Along with issuing challans for the rear seat belt, the traffic police will ...

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Officer Seat-Belt Safety - Patrol - POLICE Magazine

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has reviewed police vehicle crashes from 1980 through 2008 and found that at least 42 percent of police officers killed in vehicle crashes during that period were not wearing seat belts. It's counterintuitive that cops would be so opposed to wearing seat belts on duty.

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Officer Seat-Belt Safety - Patrol - POLICE Magazine

The Chicago Police Department is one large agency that takes the matter of seat belt usage seriously. Its policy states that officers get one day off, no pay, no giving up comp time, automatically on a summary punishment request if caught not wearing a seat belt while a department vehicle is in motion.

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Why do some cops not wear their seatbelts? - Quora

Why do some cops not wear their seatbelts? Because of all the gear they carry on their waists. That's a not-atypical duty belt for a patrol officer. The number of things a seat belt might get tangled on is impressive. And that's a light load. …

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LEO Near Miss: Why police officers should always wear seat ...

Surviving a collision while driving over 100 mph and not wearing a seat belt was a safety wake-up call for this officer. Oct 19, 2018. Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) Near Miss is a voluntary, non-disciplinary officer safety initiative that allows law enforcement personnel to read about and anonymously share stories of close calls or "near ...

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