Waterloo regional police headquarters (Natalie van Rooy / CTV Kitchener)

Waterloo regional police reported several wrongs on a one-way street in Kitchener on Tuesday.

Officers were out addressing traffic concerns on Theresa Street. In a tweet, they said they handed out several tickets to people. Offences included driving the wrong way, driving without a licence and have unattached plates.

Today, officers addressed traffic concerns at Theresa Street in Kitchener. A reminder that Theresa St. is a one-way street.

Several charges laid, including Drive Wrong Way, Driving Without a Licence and Unattached Plates.

Visit our website to submit a traffic complaint. pic.twitter.com/qoNbwXxRKV

— Waterloo Regional Police (@WRPSToday) November 3, 2020

Officials say the public can submit traffic complaints on their website.