The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department received a $57,847.00 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety to assist in efforts to reduce deaths and injuries on the City of Lake Elsinore roads.
The one-year grant is for the 2021 federal fiscal year, which runs from October 1, 2020, to September 30, 2021.
The grant will fund a variety of traffic safety programs, including patrols with emphasis on alcohol and drug-impaired driving prevention, awareness and education of California’s hands-free cell phone law, education of traffic rights for bicyclists and pedestrians, and awareness and education of primary causes of crashes: excess speed, failure to yield, failure to stop at stop signs/signals, and improper turning/lane changes.
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