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@RyanSnow If u report traffic concerns at 630-305-5379, the traffic unit will be able to gather some addt'l info & track the follow-up.

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Our Traffic Unit will be hanging out around 75th and Washington this week. Put down the cell and watch your speed. #dropitanddrive #slowdown

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Read the @NapervilleSun article about the crime victims' rights fair we're hosting with the FBI next month here:

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Of all reported motor vehicle burglaries reported in Naperville in the last 2 years, nearly

90 %
were to unlocked vehicles.

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Keeping You Safe

Distracted Driving

Distracted driving can take many forms, and it can be deadly. The average driver takes their eyes off the road for five seconds when distracted. At 55 mph, that's like driving the length of a football field blindfolded! NPD Sgt. Zook walks you through the dangers of distracted driving in this edition of Keeping You Safe, produced by NCTV17.