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Crook County Sheriff’s Office to join in statewide seat belt, child safety seat enforcement

KTVZ File

PRINEVILLE, Ore. (KTVZ) -- Beginning Monday, Jan. 31 and extending through Sunday, Feb. 13, the Crook County Sheriff’s Office and other law enforcement agencies throughout Oregon will use federally funded overtime to educate the public about safety belt and child seat laws, including a law passed in 2017 increasing safety for children under age 2.

The focus of the safety belt enforcement is on the proper use of safety belts, child safety seats and fitting.  The Crook County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind everyone that safety belts do make a difference.

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  1. Trump kooks happily buckle up, force their children to use restrictive seats and wear helmets. All to protect themselves and their children. But if you ask them to wear a 1 oz peice of cloth to protect themselves and others they prefer to fantasize about nazi conspiracies!!! Soooooo much failing for the trump Borg!!! Predictable and tragic.

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