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Cub Pride Article - March 31, 2017 by Officer Jay Jastal
With all the ground hogs we see every day at South Park, there had to be one in Pennsylvania that was afraid of his shadow extending our winter. I believe it is finally safe to say that spring has arrived in the Ozarks with summer soon to follow. We can now resume the outdoor activities we stopped during the colder months. It is also time to remember some tips to help keep our community and our families safe.

Drivers need to remember to be extra vigilant. Paying attention to the posted signs and the road as well as not using cell phones, eating, or being distracted while driving greatly reduces the chance of an accident. Drivers should also watch for motorcyclists during the summer months.

Children should be reminded to watch for traffic and cross streets only at intersections or crosswalks. When riding bicycles, always ride with the flow of traffic and obey all stop signs, traffic lights and traffic control devices. Remember to use proper hand and arm signals when turning or stopping and yield to other vehicles in the roadway. Wearing brightly-colored clothing and having reflective devices on bicycles will help prevent accidents.

Take a little time to think about safety and we can all have a safe, fun spring and summer!

Summer Safety and Crime Prevention Tips
The following crime prevention tips are recommended by the Monett Police Department:
Bike Theft Prevention
  • Most bikes are stolen while left unlocked. If you’re not riding it, LOCK IT UP!
  • Record your bicycle’s serial number
Bike Safety Tips
  • Obey the rules of the road.
  • Always wear a helmet.
  • Wear bright-colored or reflective clothing while riding.
  • Use lights when riding when it is dark outside.
  • Always ride with traffic – never against it.
Child Safety
  • Parents should be aware of where their children are going.
  • Discuss an emergency plan with your children
Vacation Watch
  • When leaving town on vacation, contact the Police Department and leave contact information with them.
  • Have someone pick up your mail and newspapers.
  • Leave a lamp on a timer and if possible install exterior motion lights.
  • Always lock your home, garage, or office.
  • DO NOT post on social media sites or Twitter when you will be on vacation.
General Safety
  • Lock up your car in the evening.
  • Do not leave valuables in your car in plain view.
  • Close and lock your garage door

Be safe and enjoy the warm weather!

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+ Jastal, Jay
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