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updated: 8/13/2014 6:53 PM

Bartlett police to ramp up traffic enforcement around schools

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Bartlett police will add extra patrols around schools as students return to classes next month.

Police urge drivers to slow down, refrain from using cellphones and take caution around school buses when students are back in school, beginning Monday, Aug. 18. Police also encourage students to walk with a parent, friend or neighbor.

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Officers will step up traffic enforcement in school speed zones during the first few weeks of school. To contact Bartlett police, call (630) 837-0846.

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