CONFERENCE ON THE NEW REGULATION IN THE HIGHWAY SAFETY CODE
Did you know? Since April 18, the law has been amended to extend the use of the booster car seat until the child measures 145 cm or until he is 9 year-old. Curious to know more about the other new measures of the Highway Safety Code? The Service de police de l'agglomération de Longueuil (SPAL) invites you to its conference on May 15, at the centre socioculturel Alphonse Lepage, starting at 7:30 pm
Registration required at https://spal.eventbrite.ca
Changes have been made to various topics including:
- Cyclists and pedestrians;
- Motorists and motorcyclists;
- Cellular and portable electronic devices;
- Booster seats for children;
- Immobilization and parking;
- Driver's license;
- Winter tires.
SPAL's Captain Daniel Côté will be there to present you the new regulation in the Highway Safety Code and to answer your questions.
PUBLIC DIALOGUE ON THE SERVICE DE POLICE DE L'AGGLOMÉRATION DE LONGUEUIL
The Public dialogue on the Service de police de l’agglomération de Longueuil stopped at Brossard, on April 3rd, to invite citizens to take part in a forum at the Centre socioculturel Alphonse Lepage. On April 17, organizations from Brossard will now be invited to share their opinion on theur police service.
Watch this short video (in French) to learn more about this public consultation destined to shape a police service that suits you and your needs.
Registration at the Organizations Forum is free, but mandatory. To register, please visit inm.qc.ca/spal: now is your chance to speak out!
In addition to consultations with citizens' forums, the INM and the Greater Longueuil police Service are launching a vast online survey offering the general public greater flexibility to participate in the process. The results of the consultation will be communicated in the form of a summary report, which will also be made public.
To answer the online questionnaire, simply click here.