December 6, 2016
Cpt. Jim De Ford, commander of the Fairfax Division of the Virginia State Police
“You don’t have to wear a uniform to see the dangers and too often deadly consequences of distracted driving on the highway, but we see it every day … This is caused by people who fail to do their jobs when they’re on the highway and that’s just simply driving a car while they’re behind the wheel … the Virginia State Police proudly supports this traffic safety initiative … This is a pledge to do the right thing.”
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