Child Safety Seat Checkup In Clarkstown Sept 23rd

Dated: 09/03/2018

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The hours are 9am to noon on Sunday, September 23rd. Location is: 11 Renee Lane in Bardonia (off Bardonia Rd)

Participation is by appointment only.   Click here to schedule an appointment.

The Clarkstown Police Department's Child Passenger Safety Team runs a monthly fitting station where child seats are checked and parents/caregivers are instructed in proper installation and use. Based on CPD experience,  90-95% of all child seats are not properly installed or are misused to one degree or another. 

The fitting station is run by appointment only. If you do not have access to email, you can call (845) 639-5930 and leave a message.

When calling or e-mailing, please include your name, phone number where you can be reached and the number of child seats and/or booster seats you would like checked. Someone will contact you about a week prior to the scheduled date to set up an appointment.


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Diane Mitchell

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