Cocoa Police Continue High Visibility Traffic Enforcement ‘Operation Southern Shield’

By  //  July 24, 2021

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Patrol officers will be targeting high-frequency crash locations throughout the city

Cocoa police officers continue to conduct the high visibility traffic enforcement “Operation Southern Shield,” which has been underway since July 19. (CPD image)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Cocoa police officers continue to conduct the high visibility traffic enforcement “Operation Southern Shield,” which has been underway since July 19.

Cocoa police officials said the goal is to conduct high visibility traffic enforcement in order to reduce traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries.

Patrol officers will be targeting high-frequency crash locations throughout the city. Please drive safely. Wear your seatbelts.

Drive sober, pay attention to pedestrians, obey speed limits, stops signs, and all other traffic laws.

Cocoa Police Departments’ goal is to help make sure everyone safely gets where they need to go.

Cocoa police officers continue to conduct the high visibility traffic enforcement “Operation Southern Shield,” which has been underway since July 19. (CPD image)
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