States of Jersey Police held an action day on Friday 4 September, as part of Operation Canvas; a commitment to further clampdown on motoring offences across the island.
The day and night operation involved States of Jersey Police and Honorary colleagues, as well as representatives from the Driving and Vehicle Standards (DVS), proactively stopping vehicles to ensure both the driver and vehicle state were adhering to the Jersey Road Traffic Law.
Since its launch in July, Operation Canvas has resulted in:
Acting Chief Inspector, Craig Jackson said: "We know from our engagement with the public that cracking down on motoring offences is really important to them, which is why we wanted to have a full action day around this operation.
"There are many different elements to motoring offences; drink driving, speeding, and being on your phone when driving are just some of the behaviours we still unfortunately see on the island’s roads.
"Alongside key stakeholders, we also continue with our commitment to target those motorists who are treating the island like a racetrack, and remove any dangerous vehicles from the roads."
For more information on road safety, see here.
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