WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Officers with the Tippecanoe County Visitors Security Partnership, which incorporates the Lafayette, West Lafayette and Purdue Police departments, Tippecanoe County Sheriff’s Division and Indiana State Police, will conduct a campus sobriety checkpoint on Friday (Sept. 3) evening in West Lafayette. Along with the checkpoint, officers will proceed to conduct devoted further patrols, concentrating on impaired drivers.
Drivers can count on to be stopped for a quick period of time. Whereas officers briefly test the driving force’s license and automobile registration data, additionally they will observe for indicators of impairment.
“The protection of our group is and all the time will probably be our mission. We wish to remind those who they should plan forward and have a delegated sober driver or plan to make use of one of many many different choices out there comparable to taxis, buses, Uber/Lyft, or different ride-share applications to get house safely,” Purdue Police Sgt. Jared Baer stated.
Contact: Purdue Police Sgt. Jared Baer, 765-494-8221, firstname.lastname@example.org