The Selective Traffic Enforment Program is about to hit the Cowboy Trail.
It's all hands on deck for the next couple of days as rcmp, sheriffs, protective services and commercial vehicle enforcement combine forces. RCMP Cst Tom Christie says they'll be looking for documentation to make sure suspended drivers aren't on the road and insurance is up to date.
He says they'll also be out enforcing seat belt laws and speed limits as well as looking for aggressive drivers.
The various police agencies are part of a national strategy to reduce vehicle collision injuries and deaths by 30-percent by the year 2010.