TULSA, Oklahoma - Area police are launching a new campaign to crack down on safety violations.

It's called More Cops, More Stops, and is actually a national project to test how effective high visibility enforcements are for police.

Officers will be watching for drivers who aren't wearing the seat belts, not paying attention to the road, and speeding.

Police say there won't be any warnings, Just tickets.

"By using this type of program, we can have a positive impact by reducing the number of people who are injured or killed on Oklahoma roadways," Broken Arrow Police Sergeant Ed Ferguson.

Oklahoma is one of two states participating in More Cops, More Stops. It runs from April 20th through the 29th.