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Police crack down on Auckland drivers

NZ NewswireNZ Newswire 6/07/2016

<span style="font-size:13px;">Dangerous Auckland drivers can expect to be targeted by more than 100 police as they crack down on the city.</span> © File Image Dangerous Auckland drivers can expect to be targeted by more than 100 police as they crack down on the city. Auckland drivers need to put away mobile phones, fasten seat belts and stay sober as police swarm the streets looking for bad behaviour.

More than 100 police will be cracking down on dangerous driving in Auckland city on Thursday in a major road safety operation.

They will target any drivers using mobile phones, not wearing seat belts, running red lights or driving drunk or drugged.

Police will be spread over high risk locations throughout Auckland focusing on intersections and "crime corridors" where crimes are committed as people pass through the city.

Checkpoints, cameras and breath testing will be set up from 7am until late.

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