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Specific to MADD's Campaign, the spending bill provides $29 million for three annual high visibility enforcement "crackdowns.
Inspector Brian Griffiths, from Merseyside Police, added: "This initiative builds upon high visibility enforcement activity we have conducted in the area aimed at tackling anti-social behaviour, and will give that work added strength.
The Echo-backed high visibility enforcement campaign has had inconsiderate dog owners on the run at Barry Island this summer.
In 2006, the award was presented to seven principal leaders of the Air Bag and Seat Belt Safety Campaign for their work in saving lives associated with air bags and safety belt use, which included taking "Click it or Ticket" and the concept of high visibility enforcement of traffic laws from a one-state pilot program to a national initiative.
Byline: By Peter Collins South Wales Echo An Echo-backed high visibility enforcement campaign has got inconsiderate dogs owners on the run at Barry Island.
To do this, agencies typically redeploy or assign additional personnel to the high-crime area and use specialized tactical, gang, and drug units to provide high visibility enforcement action.
The results will help the California Office of Traffic Safety and those involved in the Strategic Highway Safety Plan better identify and track driver attitudes, self-reported driving behavior, awareness of high visibility enforcement efforts and safety communications.
The bills fund key highway safety measures, including high visibility enforcement campaigns, all-offender interlock bills and the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS) program.