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The local Road watch program is an initiative that gives citizens an opportunity to report dangerous

and agressive drivers to the Police.

Road Watch incorporates three components essential to modifying aggressive driving behaviour:

  • Public education and awareness

  • Participation

  • Enforcement

 

By creating greater awareness and encouraging increased public participation, the program is designed

to reduce motor vehicle collisions and potential fatalities.

What is aggressive driving?

Aggressive driving is defined as speeding, following too closely, failure to yield right-of-way, improper lane

changes, disobeying traffic signs and signals and other similar behaviour. The personal injury, vehicle

damage, repair costs and time consequences have serious implications for everyone.

How can you help?

If you observe a dangerous act of aggressive driving on a Township of King road, please fill in the details

on the Road Watch Online Citizen Report form, or call York Regional Police at 905-895-1221 ext. 7550.