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Denver Police Giving Gift Cards For Broken Tail Lights

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July 27, 2021—Denver police are giving drivers with broken tail lights or headlights gift cards instead of tickets instead of tickets.

According to a report from KDVR Channel 2, the police department has partnered with Advance Auto Parts to give motorists with "minor vehicle safety issues" a $25 gift card to encourage motorists to address those issues.

"Working together is how we create stronger communities, and stronger communities are safer communities,” Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen said during a news conference announcing the program.

The department did not say how long the program would last, but Advance Auto Parts only gave the department 100 gift cards to start. 

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