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Police post speed trap locations on Facebook every day

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Of course, of course — you should not speed. Ever.  But here’s a little something extra to help you avoid the officer’s radar.

Almost every day the Dallas Police post on the official department Facebook page a list of “traffic enforcement locations,” also known as speed traps.

The problem now—we might have to rethink the vernacular. If they are telling us where they are, it’s not exactly a trap, is it?

Flower Mound, Keller and other area cities are doing the same, stressing that the goal is not to write tickets but to get people to slow down.

By |2014-08-18T12:11:25-05:00August 18th, 2014|Crime, News|1 Comment

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Christina Hughes Babb is publisher and editor of Advocate Magazines. Email chughes@advocatemag.com or follow twitter.com/chughesbabb

One Comment

  1. RR August 21, 2014 at 6:08 AM

    They generally post the info on Twitter as well – @DallasPD

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