Ohio FOP wants increased penalties for drivers who don’t ‘move over’

Ohio FOP wants increased penalties for drivers who don’t ‘move over’

The Ohio Fraternal Order of Police wants legislation introduced to increase penalties for motorists who fail to move over for vehicles stopped on the shoulder of a highway.

The FOP says it has a lawmaker sponsoring a bill.

RELATED: Rookie officer struck on I-75 in Dayton

The Ohio FOP sent letters to all law enforcement agencies in the state asking for stepped up enforcement of the current Move Over law and will launch a public awareness campaign that includes radio public service announcements and social media

RELATED: FOP says ‘Too many people have been hurt’ by not moving over for police vehicles 

X