Calgary police officers caught drivers using laptops, grooming and even sketching during a recent crackdown on distracted driving.

On Monday, police announced that 465 tickets were issued when officers went undercover to nab distracted drivers over five days last week.

Police issued a list of the most common distracted driving violations:

  • Using handheld cellphones.
  • Texting or emailing.
  • Using electronic devices like laptop computers, video games, cameras, video entertainment displays and programming portable audio players.
  • Entering information on GPS units.
  • Reading printed materials in the vehicle.
  • Writing, printing or sketching.
  • Personal grooming.

There have been 665 collisions so far this year involving distracted drivers, according to police.