National Operation Impact Road Safety Campaign
Chatham-Kent, Ontario – The Chatham-Kent Police Service is pleased to announce the successful completion of Operation Impact, a national road safety campaign sponsored by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP). The campaign took place over the Thanksgiving weekend and aimed to support Canada’s Road Safety Strategy, reinforcing our nation’s reputation for having the safest roads in the world.
During the campaign, Chatham-Kent Police officers worked diligently to enforce traffic laws and raise awareness about safe driving habits. The following statistics highlight our efforts:
- 160 – Highway Traffic Act charges
- 2 – impaired Operation Arrests
- 9 – Suspended Drivers
- 745 – Number of vehicles checked in RIDE Programs
- 5 – Roadside Screening Test
- 1 – Standard Field Sobriety Test
- 2 – Three-day License Suspensions
The Chatham-Kent Police Service remains committed to maintaining safe roads year-round. We urge all residents to continue practicing safe driving habits, including obeying speed limits, avoiding distractions, and wearing seatbelts.
Thank you for your ongoing support in making Chatham-Kent’s roads the safe.
Sgt. Lynette Rosina #7228
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Coordinator/
Public Information Officer