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Police Captain Answers Texting Questions MyTown
April 17, 2014

Police Captain Answers Texting Questions

Rapid City Police Captain James Johns addressed concerns about the city's new ordinance banning texting while driving. According to a Rapid City Journal article, Johns spoke to the Legal & Finance Committee on how the ban would be enforced, and how texting was a more frequent concern than other forms of distracted driving.

The committee approved the ordinance, which goes to the City Council for final approval on Monday. More on texting can be found in our resource page and archive.

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