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Seneca Police receive traffic safety award
03/12/2018

(KMZA)--For the second year in row, the Seneca Police Department has been recognized by AAA Kansas for their efforts in addressing local traffic safety issues.

Jim Hanni, vice-president of AAA Kansas, presented Police Chief Jordan Weaver with the organization’s 2017 Community Traffic Safety Platinum award during the Seneca City Council meeting last week.

Hanni said thirty-four police departments across the state were selected for the 2017 awards, with sixteen being platinum awards.   

The Seneca Police Department received the silver award last year.

The award is presented by AAA to encourage communities to address local traffic safety issues in a coordinated and cost-effective way.

Among other things, the Department received points for their participation in seatbelt enforcement campaigns—include SAFE.

 

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