Oxford Police Conduct School Zone Speed Enforcement Program

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OXFORD, PA — On Tuesday, the Oxford Borough Police Department conducted a traffic detail in front of the Jordan Bank and Penn’s Grove Schools. Six officers participated using a speed timing device to enforce the 15 MPH School Zone with activated flashing yellow lights between 2:15 PM and 4:00 PM.

Authorities state that during the detail, 650 vehicles were clocked. Out of the 650 vehicles, 57 vehicles were in violation of PA vehicle code 3365 B Special Speed Limitations ~ School Zones, which carries a maximum fine of $500 and three points.

The highest speed was clocked at 35 MPH in the 15 MPH zone. The average speed of the violation was 22 MPH in the 15 MPH zone. The Oxford Borough Police Department has announced additional traffic details will be scheduled this year.

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