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      Law enforcement bands together for multi-state safety

      Over 170 law enforcement officials from Alabama, Georgia, and Florida are in Bainbridge to talk about how they can better keep the roads safe and enforce the laws.
      / Courtney Highfield


      The Traffic Enforcement Network held their annual meeting this week in Bainbridge.

      Over 170 law enforcement officials from Alabama, Georgia, and Florida are here to talk about how they can better keep the roads safe and enforce the laws.

      Last night, they joined together to do several traffic stops and ended up issuing 48 citations in two hours.

      The biggest things they are focusing on are driving sober, driving with a seatbelt on, and having proper child restraints.

      These law enforcement officials believe that if they all band together in all three of these states, they'll be able to keep the roads safer than they've ever been.

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