Traffic Enforcement

The Suffolk Police Department is committed to reducing property damage, injuries, and fatalities as a result of vehicular crashes that occur within the City. To accomplish this goal, the Department conducts checkpoints and saturation patrols and commits officers to speeding complaints throughout the city. The Department has aggressively sought highway safety grants to ensure there are officers focused on traffic enforcement.

The Department has received DUI and Occupant Protection grants to continue that focus and has recently been awarded a highway safety grant for 2 officers to work as a DUI Task Force. Officers work with the Suffolk-Fire Rescue to conduct mock fatality scenes at high schools before the Prom season.

Traffic Enforcement Cameras

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The City of Suffolk is rolling out four types of Traffic Enforcement Cameras:

  • Red Light Photo Enforcement Cameras
  • School Zone Speed Enforcement Cameras
  • School Bus Stop-Arm Enforcement Cameras
  • Work Zone Speed Enforcement Cameras

Click HERE  (or on the image above) to visit our Traffic Enforcement Cameras webpage, where you can learn more about the program and get answers to commonly asked questions. 

Truck Restricted Roads and Bridges

The City maintains a Truck Route Map that depicts streets in which large trucks (tractor truck, trailers, or semi-trailers) are restricted and the preferred route they should take.  Pickup trucks and smaller panel trucks are exempt.  

Click here to see the restricted routes and associated regulations:

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Report a Complaint

Access our online form to report a traffic complaint.