Plainville police use video cameras to enforce school bus safety rules
from Hartford Courant
Who would drive past a stopped school bus? After all, it puts children in danger, it's against the law and carries a $465 fine. Police Chief Matthew Catania figured there would be only a few violators each month, but that's not what police started seeing in September when they started checking surveillance videos from cameras mounted on some school buses. "The number of violations we're seeing is amazing," Catania said "Ten some days. I never would have thought it. We want people to realize the law requires them to stop. We would rather have compliance instead of needing enforcement."
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