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The goal [of stop-arm enforcement video] is not to get their money. It’s to reduce illegal passing and keep the kids safe.”


—Jim Hessel, School District of Cameron in Wisconsin


glue are necessary to affix it to the car. “Having a front plate plays such a big part in us being able to get a picture and make an identification,” she said. Burr noted that Minnesota law would need to be amended to permit newer safety features. Some bus bumper-mounted safety systems can illuminate passen- ger walkways. However, the state currently does not allow lights to cross the center line. While Hessel said he believes Wisconsin laws are tough


enough, he added, “It’s very hard to get a license number, especially when the other vehicle is traveling at highway speeds and the bus driver’s first focus is on any children outside the bus.” He said his district works with local authorities to strike a fair and effective enforcement balance. “If we report that (the offending driver) absolutely had time to stop, the vil- lage police will write a ticket. If we say it was borderline and ask if they can give them a warning, they’ll pretty much go with what we recommend,” he added. “The goal is not to get their money. It’s to reduce illegal passing and keep the kids safe.” ●


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