Clark Co. Traffic Safety Task Force - Target Zero
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News Releases
Officers Work to Make the Uptown Village Area Safer for Pedestrians - 01/12/18

On Thursday, January 11th, 2018 the Target Zero Traffic Safety Task Force (Funded by the Washington Traffic Safety Commission.) sent extra patrols to the Uptown Village area of Main Street in Vancouver with the purpose of enforcing pedestrian safety laws. The goals were to heighten the public's awareness of pedestrian safety, distracted driving/walking, and speeding.

In approximately 30 hours, officers from Battle Ground, La Center, Vancouver, and Washougal Police Departments and Clark County Sheriff's Office, with dispatch support from Clark Regional Emergency Service Agency looked for violators as well as opportunities to educate those on foot.

They accomplished the following:
Contacts:172
Citations: 22
Warnings:117
Arrests: 2

Attached Media Files: TZ-BrandGuideline-FINAL.PDF
On January 11th Law Enforcement Work to Reduce Pedestrian Injuries and Fatals - 01/09/18

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JANUARY 9, 2018

Extra Law Enforcement Patrols out in Clark County to Reduce Pedestrian Injuries and Fatalities.

To ensure that Clark County residents can travel safely on foot, the Target Zero Traffic Safety Task Force is kicking off 2018 with extra patrols dedicated to enforcing pedestrian safety.
Intended to heighten the public's awareness of pedestrian safety, distracted driving and walking, as well as speeding, this Thursday, January 11, 2018, extra patrols will be in your community. Officers from Battle Ground, La Center, Vancouver, and Washougal Police Departments and Clark County Sheriff's Office, with dispatch support from Clark Regional Emergency Service Agency, will be looking for violators as well as opportunities to educate those of us on foot.
Media wishing to interview law enforcement should contact Hilary Torres at the phone number below.