Law enforcement officers are looking to make sure we're buckled up, especially teens. From Feb. 27 to March 12, law enforcement across Kansas will participate in an aggressive enforcement in and around schools to both educate and enforce the restraint laws. It's part of an initiative called Seatbelts Are For Everyone, or S.A.F.E.. It's a student-driven, community-based project that promotes and rewards seat belt use among teens. It's part of 100 high schools in 27 counties. Kansas ranks 42nd in the nation in seat belt use.