WAYLAND — Acting Police Chief Ed Burman and Fire Chief Neil McPherson urge motorists to slow down, pay attention, and obey traffic laws in the wake of several recent motor vehicle crashes believed to be caused by distracted driving.
TOWNSEND — As part of Distracted Driving Awareness Month, Chief James Sartell and the Townsend Police Department would like to remind residents to stay focused while operating a vehicle.
BEDFORD, N.H. — As part of Distracted Driving Awareness Month, Chief John J. Bryfonski and the Bedford Police Department would like to remind residents to stay focused while operating a vehicle.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Paul O’Brien and the East Bridgewater Police Department are pleased to announce that the department has been awarded a grant from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Office of Grants and Research (OGR) to increase the number of distracted driving patrols during April’s Distracted Driving Awareness Month.
MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA —Chief Todd J. Fitzgerald is pleased to announce that the Manchester-by-the-Sea Police Department has been awarded a grant from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Office of Grants and Research to support a driving safety campaign.
ATTLEBORO — Chief Scott T. Lachance and the Attleboro Fire Department would like to remind residents of the upcoming hands-free law for drivers.
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent is pleased to announce that the Burlington Police Department has been awarded a grant to take part in a Click It or Ticket Campaign this spring.
METHUEN — Methuen Police Chief Joseph Solomon and Officer-in-Charge Capt. Joel Dolan report that the Methuen and Salem Police Departments partnered on a national distracted driving enforcement and awareness campaign earlier this month.
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent reports that the Burlington Police Department is participating in a statewide Distracted Driving Enforcement Campaign, and is reminding residents to remain focused and vigilant behind the wheel.
HAVERHILL — At first glance, students who sat inside the orange Distractology van stationed outside Whittier appeared to be engaged in a video arcade game. In reality, young drivers were testing their ability to remain focused on the road when presented with distractions.