Boardman Township police get fed grant to target speeders
BOARDMAN — The township police chief today announced the department is receiving $42,323 in federal traffic safety funding from the Ohio Department of Public Safety.
“These federal funds are essential in ensuring that we are doing everything we possibly can to keep our township safe,” said Chief Jack Nichols in a news release.
“Based on crash data, we will be targeting violators for aggressive driving offenses such as speed, distracted driving, impaired driving, and seat belt usage,” he added. “During the warm- weather seasons, motorcycle crash reduction will also be a point of emphasis.”
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