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Announcement from Legislator Sarah Anker: Suffolk County Police to Hold Car Seat Inspection Event

According to Suffolk County Police, 3 out of every 4 car seats are used incorrectly. Here’s how you can be sure yours is not one of them.

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Yaphank, NY, June 2013 –Legislator Sarah Anker has announced that Suffolk County Police Department will be hosting a car seat inspection event Saturday, June 8th at Police Headquarters in Yaphank. Police Department and Education and Assistance Corporation (EAC) Certified Technicians will be present between 10am and 1pm to inspect car seats and provide child safety information to parents.

“We must take every precaution to protect our children from motor vehicle danger,” said Legislator Sarah Anker. “I’d like to thank the police department for making child passenger safety a top priority.”

Inspections are by appointment only. If you are interested in having an inspection, please call 1-631-648-7100 ext. 219 to schedule your appointment.

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For More Information, Please Contact:
Kim Tucker
631-854-1600
Kimberly.tucker@suffolkcountyny.gov