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Falls City Police to take part in DUI Campaign
08/18/2022
 

(KNZA)--The Falls City Police Department, along with other the enforcement agencies will be participating in the nationwide drunk driving enforcement effort. Drive sober or get pulled over crackdown, August 19, 2022- September 5, 2025. This effort will be done using highly visible saturation patrols and the use of additional officers on the street. We will be taking extra efforts to remove impaired drivers from the roadways.

During the enforcement period, Additional officers will be working overtime to take a drunk/impaired drivers off the streets in an effort to keep the community safe. The overtime for the additional officers will be funded through a grant provided by the Nebraska Department of Transportation Highway Safety Office. 

Remember, drive safely, report  unsafe driving behaviors, and please buckle up every time.

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