The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office received a contract from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for High Visibility Enforcement (HVE) Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety.

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office Continues To Target Pedestrian, Bicycle Safety

The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office received a contract from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for High Visibility Enforcement (HVE) Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety.
FDOT, Pinellas County Sheriff

PINELLAS COUNTY – The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office received a contract from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for High Visibility Enforcement (HVE) Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety.

The initiative began on Friday, July 22, 2022, and will run through Friday, May 12, 2023.

The High Visibility Enforcement (HVE) details will be held at 15 locations throughout Pinellas County, which have been identified as high crash areas for pedestrians and bicyclists.

Pinellas County deputies will be conducting high visibility education and enforcement details that will stress the importance of pedestrian and bicycle safety.

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The High Visibility Enforcement (HVE) details are funded through a contract with the University of North Florida’s Institute of Police Technology Management (IPTM), in partnership with the FDOT’s focus initiative to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety.

The purpose of the initiative is to educate and enforce safe pedestrian, bicyclist and motorist behavior in designated locations, in an effort to reduce traffic crashes and fatalities involving pedestrians and bicyclists.

Whether you are on foot, behind the wheel, or on a bike, you have a responsibility to share the road safely. Understanding the rules of the road helps ensure we all arrive at our destination safely and makes our streets safer for everyone.

The operation will include the distribution of educational materials, as well as the issuance of warnings and/or citations to pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists in accordance with Florida Statutes.

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