Can you explain exactly what the Child Seat Inspection and Education Program is?
The Louisa County Sheriff's Office, with support from the Transportation Safety Commission, is taking aggressive action to reduce the incidence of car seat and safety belt misuse by establishing a free child seat inspection and education program in Louisa County. The free program includes a permanent inspection station at Louisa County Rescue Squad with regular hours of service and annual community outreach events. At the inspection station, nationally certified technicians from the Sheriff's Office assist and educate parents and caregivers on the right way to buckle-up children on every ride.

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1. Can you explain exactly what the Child Seat Inspection and Education Program is?
2. Why is it important for parents to have their child's seat inspected?
3. Why did the Louisa County Sheriff's Office and the Transportation Safety Commission feel that this was a program that the county needed?
4. Out of the number of inspections that you have performed, approximately how many seats had been properly installed?
5. What is one fact that parents often do not realize about car seats?
6. What tips do you have for parents?
7. When can parents have the inspection performed?
8. For more information, who should parents contact?