Police in Indiana launching 'Click It or Ticket' campaign | Crime
Drivers who don't wear their seat belts had better think twice.
Indiana State Police have announced that Indiana's 2012 'Click It of Ticket' seat belt enforcement campaign will begin on Friday, May 18.
More than 250 Indiana law enforcement agencies are expected to conduct special patrols around the clock to target unrestrained drivers and passengers.
ISP says drivers should be prepared to see more officers on the roads during the campaign. They say if an officer finds you unbuckled while on the road, you can expect to get a ticket.
The campaign will conclude on June 3.
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