Satellite Beach Police Partners With Long Doggers and McDonald’s To Promote Bicycle Safety

By  //  August 25, 2017

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The Satellite Beach Police Department is partnering with Long Doggers and McDonald’s to promote by bicycle safety.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Satellite Beach Police Department is partnering with Long Doggers and McDonald’s to promote by bicycle safety.

Officers have been out at the school crossings educating children on the requirements to wear their helmets.

All bike riders under the age of 16 are required by state statute to wear a helmet. The
consequence for not wearing a helmet could be a serious injury or a traffic ticket with a fine.

“We care about the children in our community and want to keep them safe,” said Satellite Beach Police Chief Jeff Pearson.

“Officers will be on the lookout for children wearing their helmets correctly and will reward them with a coupon for a free ice cream from Long Doggers or McDonald’s.

“A special thank you to Long Doggers and McDonald’s for supporting the youth in our community.”

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