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S.T.E.P. results show 35 cell phone violations

S.T.E.P. results show 35 cell phone violations
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The Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (S.T.E.P.) saw an increase of police on Regina streets this week. The traffic enforcement blitz is a partnership between Saskatchewan law enforcement agencies and SGI.

The blitz in Regina involved representatives from SGI, Regina Police Service, Saskatoon Police Service, Prince Albert Police Service, Moose Jaw Police Service, Saskatchewan Commercial Vehicle Enforcement, Saskatchewan Justice, Ministry of Finance, Canadian National Police, University of Saskatchewan and RCMP.
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