The High River RCMP are on the lookout for kids being good.

Yes, the positive ticket campaign is back again this summer but with a slight change says Staff Sgt. Greg Wiebe.

"It's being spearheaded by the Peace Officers of the community this year. What they're doing is they've been reaching out to sponsors and will run it through the summer. I know we've had some great support so we're very happy. The community is awesome and really rallies behind this program.

Peace Officer Austin Kesler says they'll be looking for kids doing some positive things around town.

"We're looking for youth that are actively engaging in a positive manner within our community, whether it be picking up garbage on the side of the road and putting it in the garbage or helping a senior citizen or something as simple as wearing their helmet while they ride a bike or scooter or skateboard out there."

The positive ticket also comes with a coupon for a local business.  And if you are a local business and would like to be involved you can reach out to Cst. Jill Kingdon-Mills at the High River RCMP detachment or Peace Officer Austin Kesler through the High River Fire Hall.

The ticketing campaign gets underway this long weekend.