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Oak Park Police announce Labor Day Click It or Ticket campaign results

Sept. 6, 2018 - The Oak Park Police Department joined law enforcement agencies across the state in stepping up its usual traffic enforcement efforts around the Labor Day holiday.

A total of 33 vehicles were stopped in Oak Park and 25 citations were issued as part of the Click It or Ticket Labor Day safety campaign, which involved additional traffic safety details from Aug. 20 through Sept. 4. 

Eleven motorists were cited for failure to wear seatbelts, and 14 were issued citations for miscellaneous violations such as disobeying a traffic control device, no insurance and distracted driving.

"This campaign gives us the opportunity to help spread the message that traffic safety is of the utmost importance to the Oak Park Police Department," said Interim Chief of Police LaDon Reynolds.

The Illinois Click It or Ticket campaign is administred by the Illinois Department of Transportation with federal dollars managed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

For more information about traffic safety in Oak Park, email Additional information about the Oak Park Police Department is available at