CLEARFIELD – On Monday, members of the Clearfield-based state police and Clearfield Borough police conducted a joint traffic safety checkpoint on South Second Street and East Walnut Street, Clearfield.
The checkpoint was conducted to ensure all motorists are in compliance with the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code, according to a news release issued by state police.
All motorists were checked for a valid driver’s license, valid registration and proof of required financial responsibility.
As a result of the checkpoint, approximately 200 vehicles were checked for compliance, and numerous citations and warnings were issued, state police said.
Both law enforcement agencies will continue to investigate all traffic and or criminal activity.
“We are grateful for the cooperation demonstrated by our Clearfield County community, and we look forward to continuing to work together to ensure that Clearfield County is a safe place for those who live, work, travel and visit here,” state police said.
“The Pennsylvania State Police and the Clearfield Borough Police in general are able to function most effectively and most efficiently when they have the trust and cooperation of the communities they serve.
“This must be an ongoing partnership that is continually cultivated and recognized. Members strive toward this goal on a daily basis.
“The community is encouraged to reach out to their respective police department and report any and all violations of traffic and or criminal activity.”