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Tyler police to use Facebook to warn drivers of enforcement locations

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TYLER, TX (KLTV) - The Tyler Police Department will soon give you a "heads up" about where traffic officers are looking for speeders and other traffic violators.

From June 23-28, drivers in Tyler can check the Tyler PD Facebook page before driving so they'll know where traffic enforcement locations in the city will be located each day.

Police Chief Gary Swindle notes that, “Our goal is to improve the safety of motorist by reducing traffic violations. Motorist awareness and following traffic laws can drastically reduce citations and keep our community safe."

Daily posts, he says, will include locations and times of enforcement actions.

"We are a community partner with the citizens of Tyler and this interactive communication is another step in our effort to keep up with growing technology and better serve the community,” said Swindle.

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