Indiana State Police enforcing “Click It or Ticket”
By: Sheila McCrea - Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Indiana State Police (ISP) says it will be doing more patrols for the next three weeks as part of the national “Click It or Ticket” enforcement campaign ahead of Memorial Day.

Indiana law requires the driver and all passengers to buckle up, and children under age eight must be restrained in a federally approved child car seat or booster seat. ISP says during the next three weeks, officers will be watching for seat belt and car seat violations while patrolling all day and night. Police say drivers can get cited for the lack of a seat belt, but also for each unbuckled passenger under the age of 16.

Parents and caregivers are encouraged to make sure children are in the right car seat and that the car seat is used correctly and properly installed.


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