It was teams of people, getting together for about 90 minutes yesterday (wed) to track risky driver, pedestrian, and cyclist behaviour in a school zone. Staff from Regina Public and Catholic School Divisions, the Police Department and CAA staked out Judge Bryant School in the Queen City. They had done the same thing the day before at another school in that city. CAA says parents with young children have reported an increase in unsafe practises in school zones; chief among them speeding and distracted driving. Between the two schools the teams counted 646 incidents of risky behaviour including: nNt stopping at a stop sign, speeding, unsafe drop off or pick up, and not wearing seat belts.