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Operation BFF: Kicking off September with our best foot forward

The Orlando Police Department and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office hit the streets this past Thursday, September 1st, for their 15th round of Operation Best Foot Forward. This high-visibility crosswalk enforcement operation has resulted in 6,514 traffic stops since 2012, with 157 of those stops happening during this round of Operation BFF. […]

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MEDIA ALERT: Officers hitting crosswalks for Operation BFF

*MEDIA TIP* Operation Best Foot Forward: Crackdown at the Crosswalks Orlando Police Department and Orange County Sheriff’s Office to enforce Florida’s driver yield law at marked crosswalks to improve pedestrian safety in Orange County and City of Orlando. ORLANDO, Fla. – The Orlando Police Department (OPD) and Orange County Sheriff’s […]

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$2,700,000 for Covering the “Tedious, Dull, & Monotonous”

February 17, 2016 Pedestrian – it’s well, very pedestrian. Friends at Webster Dictionary define pedestrian as “lacking inspiration or excitement; dull.” It’s no wonder that no man, woman or child looks in the mirror and says; “I’m a PED!” This was reinforced just a few weeks ago in Winter Garden. […]

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MEDIA ALERT: Operation BFF happening Wed., February 10

Drivers: Cutting Off Pedestrians in Crosswalks is Costly Best Foot Forward recognizes Crossing Guard Awareness Month by ticketing drivers who fail to yield at crosswalks near Orange County schools February is Crossing Guard Awareness Month. To honor the more than 300 crossing guards in Orange County, the Orlando Police Department […]

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Ped talk: Monsters in the Morning 104.1

The Monsters are talking peds – and not just once, but on two occasions during June’s enforcement. Unfamiliar with the Monsters, well, they are Orlando’s very popular Real Radio 104.1 morning show hosts, Monsters in the Morning. They blasted both drivers and walkers for being careless – careless to walk […]