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Dubuque enforcement project totals 38 citations

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The Dubuque Police Department, Dubuque Animal Control, and the Iowa State Patrol conducted a multi-agency safety and enforcement project in Dubuque on Wednesday.

The enforcement project focused on high calls for service areas and included monitoring pedestrian traffic in and around, parks, animal issues, and traffic violations, according to a news release.

The project took place from 3 p.m.-7 p.m. and totaled 38 citations and 61 contacts. The citations included: 3 citations were given for driving under a suspended license, 7 for no insurance, 13 seatbelt violations, 6 registration violations, and 5 animal contacts.

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