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Child Passenger Safety Technicians

Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians successfully completed a 32 hour course that provides them with the tools necessary to promote child safety in motor vehicles.
To find a child passenger safety technician outside of Grant County call, 1-800-BUCK-L-UP or visit www.800bucklup.org
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Ephrata

Central Basin Traffic Safety Task Force
Erika Simmons 764-3887

Ephrata Police Department
Joe Downey 754-2491

Grant County Health District
Theresa Adkinson 766-7960 ext. 24
Maria Vargas (Se Habla Español) 766-7960 ext. 19

Grant County Sheriff’s Office
Rick LaGrave 760-3010
Wade Hilliard 760-8186


Moses Lake

Family Services of Grant County
Cindy Essex 766-9877
Bob Walsh 509-793-5906

Grant County Health District
Theresa Adkinson 766-7960 ext. 24
Maria Vargas (Se Habla Español) 766-7960 ext. 19

Grant County Sheriff’s Office
Rick LaGrave 760-3010
Wade Hilliard 760-8186

Moses Lake Police Department
Erika Simmons 764-3887

Moses Lake Community Health Center
Noelia Deleon-Ortiz (Se Habla Español) 765-0674 ext. 3312
Selene Acosta (Se Habla Español) 766-9815

Washington State Patrol
Tim Kron 765-6175
Chris Kottong 765-6175


Quincy

Grant County Fire District No. 3
David Durfee 787-2713

Quincy Community Health Center
Noelia Deleon-Ortiz (Se Habla Español) 765-0674 ext. 3312
Selene Acosta (Se Habla Español) 766-9815

Quincy Police Department
Jorge Trujillo (Se Habla Español) 787-1237

Washington State Patrol & Quincy Resident
Shannon Durfee (Se Habla Español) 663-9721 ext. 100


Royal City/Mattawa

Mattawa Community Medical Clinic
Wendy Lopez 932-5373

Wahluke Family Clinic
Mariana Severino (Se Habla Español)
932-3535 ext. 6800


WA State law requires kids to sit in the back seat until age 13 when practical to do so. Keep kids in booster seats until the seat belt fits correctly across the shoulder and hip bones, which is at 4'9" tall.

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