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Representatives of PennDOT and Community Traffic Safety Project-recognized police departments are pictured; from left, front row: Sgt. John Curham, Wilkes-Barre Police; Officer John Lubeck, Blakely Police; Corporal Dennis Monk, Fairview Township Police; Rebecca Rybak, coordinator, Northeast Highway Safety Program; Kathy Fox, coordinator, Lackawanna County Highway Safety Program; and Chief Chris Yarns, Clarks Summit Police. Back row: Officer William Stone, Forty Fort Police; Sgt. Michael Moravec, Kingston Township Police; Cpt. Richard Bachman, Scranton Police; Officer Michael Smith, Plains Township Police; Chief Don Hickey, Roaring Brook Police; John Morgan, North Central Highway Safety Network; and Sgt. N. Gushka, Pennsylvania State Police Troop N.

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Police officers from Lackawanna, Luzerne and Pike counties who were recognized by PennDOT and the Community Traffic Safety Project are pictured; from left: Officer William Stone, Forty Fort Police; Officer Ronald Alongi, Scranton Police; Patrolman Leonard Harvey, Clarks Summit Police; Officer Michael Smith, Plains Township Police; Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley; Kathy Fox, coordinator, Lackawanna County Highway Safety Program; Rebecca Rybak, coordinator, Northeast Highway Safety Program; and John Morgan, North Central Highway Safety Network.

PennDOT and the Community Traffic Safety Project recently recognized several officers and police departments from Lackawanna, Luzerne and Pike counties for cracking down on aggressive driving. The Clarks Summit Police Department was among those honored. The Community Traffic Safety Project identifies aggressive driving locations through crash data that is then used to target aggressive driving.