Photo/Story Gallery 2002

Memorial Day “Click it or Ticket” Kicks Off In West Palm Beach

Major Guzman pledged the Florida Highway Patrol’s support of enforcement efforts for the Click It or Ticket campaign.Approximately 130 law enforcement officers from Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, and Indian River Counties gathered to kick off the Click It or Ticket campaign in West Palm Beach this past weekend.

Pictured left: Major Miguel A. Guzman, Troop L Commander, pledged the Florida Highway Patrol’s support of enforcement efforts for the Click It or Ticket campaign.

Joining Major Miguel Guzman, Troop L Commander and Rick Gregory, Region III Bureau Chief were Edward Bieluch, Palm Beach County Sheriff, Irving Slosberg, State Representative, Chief Marshall Gage, Boynton Beach Police Department, Chief Roger Crane, South Palm Beach Police Department, Chief Larry Schroeder, Delray Beach Police Department, Chief Mike Loffredo, Jupiter Island Police Department, and Janet Dewey-Kollen, Executive Director of the Air Bag and Seat Belt Safety Campaign.

Palm Beach County Sheriff Bieluch presented statistics on fatal crashes where seatbelts were not used, and gave his department’s support of the Click It or Ticket campaign.Region III Bureau Chief Rick Gregory, Palm Beach County Sheriff Ed Bieluch, and Major Miguel Guzman at the Click It or Ticket Press Conference in West Palm Beach.Pictured left: Palm Beach County Sheriff Ed Bieluch presented statistics on fatal crashes where seatbelts were not used, and gave his department’s support of the Click It or Ticket campaign.

Pictured right: Region III Bureau Chief Rick Gregory, Palm Beach County Sheriff Ed Bieluch, and Major Miguel Guzman at the Click It or Ticket Press Conference in West Palm Beach.