The Tulsa Police Department announced their results following the county-wide "Click It or Ticket" enforcement Saturday.
TPD's traffic safety coordinator Craig Murray described the results as "very successful" in their attempt to keep Tulsa roads safe.
The "Click It or Ticket" enforcement was a joint effort involving the TPD, Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Sand Springs Police Department, Jenks Police Department, Skiatook Police Department, Tulsa County Sheriff's Office and Tulsa volunteer policemen.
Murray said there were at least 60 extra police officers on the road.
Here are the numbers:
-32 DUI arrests
-55 seat belt tickets
-1 child restraint ticket
-94 speeding tickets
-served 1 felony warrant
-served 21 misdemeanor warrants
-247 other citations
-24 other arrests