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Seatbelts Are For Everyone


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© Copyright December 2014
on the SAFE Program

SAFE is a teen-run, peer-to-peer program focusing on increasing teen restraint compliance through education, positive rewards and enforcement. It is designed to bring awareness to the importance of wearing a seatbelt, therefore reducing the number of motor vehicle-related injuries and fatalities among Kansas teens.

 The goal of SAFE is to increase seatbelt use among students while providing strong traffic safety messages throughout the school year.



SAFE Enforcement Period

Adult seatbelt citations: 1,141

Teen seatbelt citations (ages 14-17): 269

Child restraint citations: 83

Other citations: 674

Number of Officers who Worked: 665

Hours Worked for Enforcement: 1,382.75


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Current Survey Results

State Fatalities, Age 14 - 19
Above are the state wide vehicle crash fatalities for the last 7 years.

As SAFE has grown, the trend of unbelted fatalities in Kansas has continued to decrease.

 

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