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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - Thomasville Police are helping parents make sure their children are safe. 

The Thomasville Police Department conducted free child and booster seat inspections Thursday at Walmart.

They checked to make sure the seats were installed correctly and answered questions about child occupant restraint laws.

Police say Thursday's event was not the only time parents can ask for help. "Anytime somebody has some questions about as how to secure their child in their child safety seats or their booster seats they can feel free to come by the Thomasville Police Department anytime and someone will be able assist them," said Lt. Eric Hampton.

Police say every parent needs to learn about child occupant restraint and the new booster seat laws.

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