PUBLIC SAFETY

Surprise police to install car seats, teach bicycle safety

Posted 9/19/22

The Surprise Police Department, in partnership with the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, will play host to an event focused on child passenger safety and bicycle safety  from 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24 in the Target parking lot.

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PUBLIC SAFETY

Surprise police to install car seats, teach bicycle safety

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The Surprise Police Department, in partnership with the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, will play host to an event focused on child passenger safety and bicycle safety  from 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24 in the Target parking lot, 13731 W. Bell Road.

During this event, those that stop by can get a child car seat professionally checked and installed by a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician. Those who are not able to afford a car seat and need one, stop by and see  a technician, so the Surprise PD can help.

There will also be a Bicycle Rodeo to promote safe riding habits and overall bicycle safety. Officers will be on hand to help with helmet fittings and will be providing free helmets, while supplies last, to those who do not have a helmet or need a new one.

Savage Bicycles from Surprise will be at the event performing bicycle safety checks to ensure that each child’s bicycle is in tiptop shape.

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