Kansas City police indeed ticketed those who didn’t click it, issuing 822 seat belt citations during the Click It or Ticket mobilization that took place May 18 to May 31.
KCPD Traffic Unit officers spent a total of 1,200 man hours saturating area roadways during the two-week project looking for traffic and seat belt law violators. The mobilization was funded by a grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation.
The following traffic violations were issued during Click It or Ticket:
DWI – 14
Following too Close – 0
Stop Sign Violation – 6
Signal Light Violation – 14
Failure to Yield – 3
Careless Driving – 4
Speed – 1,821
Other Hazardous Moving Violations – 141
Seat Belt – 822
Child Restraint Violations – 7
Other Non-Hazardous Moving Violation– 324
Apprehended Fugitives – 5
Suspended/Revoked License – 26
Insurance Violations – 188
Police conducted a total of 2,670 traffic stops during the two-week Click It or Ticket program.
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