The Redlands Police Division will maintain a DUI Checkpoint starting at 8 p.m. Friday, April 16, till 2 a.m. Saturday within the eastbound lanes of Redlands Boulevard at Sixth Road.
Checkpoint areas are chosen primarily based on a historical past of DUI crashes and arrests. The first goal of checkpoints is to not make arrests, however to advertise public security by deterring drivers from driving impaired.
In the course of the checkpoint, officers will search for indicators that drivers are inebriated and/or medicine.
Because the state continues to work to cease the unfold of COVID-19, the Redlands Police Division is dedicated to protecting the general public secure.
“The security of our group is and at all times will likely be our mission,” RPD Visitors Sgt. Jeremy Floyd mentioned.
“We’re nonetheless on the market on the lookout for impaired drivers as a result of driving beneath the affect continues to be harmful.”
The Redlands Police Division reminds the general public that impaired driving isn’t just from alcohol.
Some prescription drugs or over-the-counter medicine might intrude with driving.