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The Medicine Hat Police Service (MHPS) is pleased to provide the community with improved access to police resources and information…

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2 Vehicle MVC Parkview Drive NW


Members of the MHPS Traffic Section have re-opened 12th Street and Parkview Drive NW for regular traffic flow.¬†Injuries sustained were…

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Thefts from Vehicles


Over the weekend, the Medicine Hat Police Service received an uptick in complaints about thefts from vehicles.¬† There were multiple…

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MONTHLY ENFORCEMENT

November 2019 STEP - Occupant Restraints

The Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) for the month of
November will focus on the proper use of occupant restraints, particularly
child safety seats.  Throughout the
month, police will work closely with Alberta Health Services, Safety City and
other community partners to educate the public on occupant and child safety
restraints.  MHPS will be conducting safety
compliance check stops in various locations where we will be targeting seatbelt
usage and child safety restraints.  The
goal of these compliance checks is to ensure that all occupants are properly
restrained, child safety seats are properly installed…

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