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Police seek input on traffic safety
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The Conyers Police Department is asking for the public’s feedback in a survey on traffic safety and enforcement.

The survey covers a number of traffic safety concerns including perceptions of how alcohol sales and service affect safety, seatbelt and child restraint usage and perceptions of how traffic enforcement by the CPD affects safety.

Conyers Police were awarded a $50,000 grant by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) in September which aims to enhance traffic safety through education and enforcement. The CPD submitted the grant with the goal of reducing alcohol and drug-related crashes, injuries and fatalities. The traffic safety survey and analysis of results are requirements of the grant. 

Citizens can access the survey electronically at or via links on the Conyers Police website,, and the city of Conyers website, The survey is anonymous and can be completed in just minutes. The survey will be accessible until Thursday, November 8. Paper copies are available at the Conyers Police Department at 1194 Scott Street and the Conyers Police Annex at 1258 Irwin Bridge Road.