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Crime Tip of the Month: De Pere police to cast wider safety net

DOT grants will enable education for speeding, seat-belt offenders

11:38 AM, Mar. 13, 2013
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In Wisconsin during 2011, speed-related crashes were listed as a contributing factor in 16.3 percent of all crashes and almost 27.1 percent of all fatal crashes.

One hundred sixty people died in these crashes. Excessive speed is often associated with other high-risk behaviors that increase the likelihood of a crash and of significant injury or death.

Also in 2011, 52 percent of people killed and 25 percent of people suffering incapacitating injuries in Wisconsin crashes were not wearing safety belts. Many of these people were ejected from their vehicles. ...

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