OP Police: Traffic Accidents Down in 2012

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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Authorities say that a campaign to reduce accidents on Overland Park roadways is working so far.

According to police, total accident reports are down 4.15 percent from this time last year, and non-injury accidents are down 6.73 percent in 2012.

In addition, although police say that they have dedicated extra resources to the high-visibility traffic enforcement campaign, they have actually written 10 fewer traffic tickets than this time last year.

Click here for more information from Overland Park Police Chief John Douglass.

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