The Public Safety and Traffic Enforcement Branch (P-STEB) says it’s already noticing a transition in the behaviour of motorists since its officers have started to maintain a presence on the streets.

P-STEB was launched in August in a bid to increase public order, especially amid several road projects across the Corporate Area, which causes severe traffic pile-ups.

Deputy Superintendent Winchester Watson is the Commanding Officer for the Traffic Enforcement Division at P-STEB.

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But he says several motorists are still breaching the traffic legislation. And he says pedestrians are also engaging in reckless activities.

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It’s why he says his officers are maintaining their enforcement drives, especially during the busy Christmas season. He says P-STEB will also be addressing the high level of lawlessness in the downtown Kingston shopping district.

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