RTSS (Residential Traffic/Stop Sign/Speeding): Approximately 613 Provincial Offences Notices were issued for violations pertaining to stop sign infractions and speeding on residential streets throughout Burlington. Officers conducted over 569 traffic stops.
Operation RISC (Reducing Intersection Safety Concerns): Officers issued approximately 262 Provincial Offences Notices for violations occurring at intersections and conducted over 242 traffic stops.
RIDE (Reducing Impaired Driving Everywhere): Police arrested 4 drivers for Impaired Driving, laid 23 charges and issued 12 Provincial Offence Notices to drivers under the influence. Officers administered 26 Alcohol Screening Device (ASD) tests during November, which resulted in 15 drivers passing; 9 drivers being issued 3-day Driver’s License Suspensions as a warning; and 2 drivers failing and subsequently being charged.
Prospect Street Blitz: As a result of multiple complaints by citizens for speeding on Prospect in a marked School Safety Zone, officers conducted a one-day blitz for targeted enforcement. As a result, 123 traffic stops were made and 90 Provincial Offences Notices issued to drivers for not obeying the Highway Traffic Act (primarily speeding).
Halton Police focus enforcement efforts in locations where they receive a large number of complaints. If you witness reoccurring traffic violations in your neighbourhood, file a complaint at: https://www.haltonpolice.ca/services/reporting/trafficcomplaints.php
Possible Traffic Complaint Reports could include:
- Stop sign or red light violations
- Excessive speed
- Aggressive driving
- Unsafe passing
- Careless / Dangerous driving
- Fail to yield to pedestrian
- Fail to yield to school crossing guard
- Community safety zone violations
- School bus violations