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DUI Checkpoint Set For April 13th

Department of Safety and Homeland Security | News | Office of Highway Safety | Date Posted: Friday, April 13, 2012



Dover  – The following checkpoint is scheduled to take place Friday as part of the Checkpoint Strikeforce campaign:

Friday April 13th –   Wilmington  (NcCo DUI Task Force)

The Checkpoint Strikeforce campaign is a crackdown on impaired driving.  Delaware will be conducting 2 DUI checkpoints each month until July when weekly DUI checkpoints will resume.  This campaign is aimed at removing impaired drivers from our roadways and deterring those who might otherwise choose to drive after drinking alcohol or using drugs.

The Office of Highway Safety reminds motorists that traffic deaths kill and injure Delawareans nearly twice as often as violent crimes.

For more information on Checkpoint Strikeforce visit www.ohs.delaware.gov and follow regular campaign updates on Twitter at www.twitter.com/DEHighwaySafe and Facebook www.facebook.com/ArriveAliveDE.

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DUI Checkpoint Set For April 13th

Department of Safety and Homeland Security | News | Office of Highway Safety | Date Posted: Friday, April 13, 2012



Dover  – The following checkpoint is scheduled to take place Friday as part of the Checkpoint Strikeforce campaign:

Friday April 13th –   Wilmington  (NcCo DUI Task Force)

The Checkpoint Strikeforce campaign is a crackdown on impaired driving.  Delaware will be conducting 2 DUI checkpoints each month until July when weekly DUI checkpoints will resume.  This campaign is aimed at removing impaired drivers from our roadways and deterring those who might otherwise choose to drive after drinking alcohol or using drugs.

The Office of Highway Safety reminds motorists that traffic deaths kill and injure Delawareans nearly twice as often as violent crimes.

For more information on Checkpoint Strikeforce visit www.ohs.delaware.gov and follow regular campaign updates on Twitter at www.twitter.com/DEHighwaySafe and Facebook www.facebook.com/ArriveAliveDE.

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