Dryden OPP Issue Hundreds of Charges During Canada Traffic Campaign

Dryden OPP

DRYDEN, ON – The Dryden and Ignace Detachments of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) focused on traffic safety during the week-long Canada Traffic Campaign, resulting in a significant number of charges.

Throughout the campaign, the Dryden Detachment issued 483 speeding charges and 215 Highway Traffic Act charges. Other notable infractions included twelve impaired operation charges, four distracted driving charges, and one stunt driving charge. In total, the weeklong campaign resulted in 787 charges and 194 warnings.

The OPP remains dedicated to its Provincial Traffic Safety Strategy, which aims to reduce and prevent injuries and fatalities while enhancing safety on roads, waterways, and trails.

NetNewsLedger and the OPP extends their gratitude to all drivers and road users who contribute to road safety year-round. It is not our pleasure to report on the impaired charges, and on serious injuries from MVC, your plan to drive to arrive alive is important.

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