State police issued more than 300 tickets during a two-week period for people not wearing seat belts.

The results of the Troop D Click it or Ticket Campaign were released this week. During the two-week period of the campaign from Nov. 15 through Nov. 29, Troop D held 15 four-hour overtime details. Detail locations were determined by using high crash location information provided by the Maine State Police Traffic Division.

Locations of the details in the region included Route 90 in Warren, and Route 17 in Washington.

During these details, troopers stopped 180 vehicles and issued 131 tickets for seat belt violations as well as 11 warnings on that matter.

Those dedicated overtime enforcement details were designed to raise awareness of the importance of wearing seat belts and were funded by the Bureau of Highway Safety, according to a state police news release.

During this same two-week period, Troop D troopers on regular patrol issued an additional 180 seat belt tickets for non-compliance.

In addition to the seat belt violations, the troopers during the special details found the following violations: two civil drug offenses, four operating after suspension, nine warnings on defective equipment, four other criminal violations, two summonses and 25 warnings on other moving violations, and one summons and nine warnings on other non-moving violations.