The Killaloe OPP had an active Easter long weekend as part of its crackdown on the big four.
That includes aggressive, impaired or distracted driving and seatbelts.
Constable Catharine Yarmel says the primary focus for police over the blitz was seatbelts.
Police say 32 speeding, four highway traffic act, one seatbelt and one off-road vehicle charge were laid over the weekend.
Yarmel says despite the results speed and wildlife continue to be the main culprits on OPP patrolled roads in the region.