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Cross-county enforcement crackdown: A true success

The first multi-jurisdictional Operation Best Foot Forward (OBFF) took place on November 7. In fact, it was the first OBFF in the Poinciana area. Conducted by the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, Kissimmee Police Department, St. Cloud Police Department and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, this cross-county effort resulted in over […]

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Media Alert November 7: Crosswalk Enforcement scheduled in Orange and Osceola Counties

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, Kissimmee Police Department and the St. Cloud Police Department are combining resources to conduct the first multi-jurisdictional crosswalk enforcement operation at 11 specific locations starting at 7 am on Wednesday, November 7, the week clocks switch to standard time.

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Media Alert: Crosswalk Crackdown Planned in Kissimmee & Osceola County on Wed. Aug. 15

Operation Best Foot Forward part of back-to-school safety reminder for drivers to be vigilant as over 72,000 Osceola County students return to school For media inquiries, contact: Erika Beerbower [email protected] Cell: 407-758-2727 KISSIMMEE, Fla – (August 15, 2018) Drivers be on notice. Stop for people at crosswalks or risk a […]

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City of Kissimmee educates drivers with new BFF PSA

When it comes to people walking, the City of Kissimmee is putting its best foot forward – literally. Through education, engineering and enforcement (the “Triple E” approach), they are working with their Osceola County partners to create safer streets with the Best Foot Forward program. Here’s a great PSA, produced […]

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KPD & OCSO educate and enforce during their first Operation Best Foot Forward

The Kissimmee Police Department (KPD) and the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) conducted their first high-visibility crosswalk enforcement action on April 18. This crosswalk crackdown, dubbed ‘Operation Best Foot Forward (BFF),’ reminds drivers to yield and stop for people in marked crosswalks, as Florida law requires.  If they don’t, the […]