Dearborn police ticketing parents who don't follow school drop-off protocols

15 September, 2022
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Dearborn police ticketing parents who don't follow school drop-off protocols

Parents with kids at Fordson High School in Dearborn could get cited if they drop their kids off on Ford Road.

Dearborn Police Department Chief Issa Shahin said the action is necessary to prevent tragic crashes.

Shahin says people drive over 40 miles per hour and sometimes drop students off from the center and even the left lane.

"In reality, the way it is all set up is wrong," said Mo Chami, who has two kids at Fordson.

On any given morning, more than 2,500 students are getting dropped off at the school. Chami describes the process as horrible.


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