SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) – In the continuous efforts of the Sint Maarten Police Force to upgrade and further develop the training of its newly recruited officers in training classes, the BPO4 class held yet another traffic control in the Philipsburg area, the police said in a statement on Wednesday.
During this control, several cars were stopped and checked for proper documentation of the vehicle. This control was done under the supervision of two senior police officers of the uniform division.
The drivers received fines and warnings for not having their driving license or insurance with them and also for driving without a seatbelt on or other technical defects on their vehicles.
These types of traffic controls will be continued in the future.
The police force is asking the drivers to have all their documents for the vehicle with them when driving on public roads and remember to adhere to the traffic rules. (KPSM)