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Prescott Valley Police Division is proud to announce that it’s going to quickly have two new BMW police bikes to help the City with bettering site visitors security and addressing site visitors considerations.
Throughout a gathering with the Governor’s Workplace of Freeway Security (GOHS) to hunt grant funding for enforcement of DUI, aggressive driving, rushing, and red-light violations, Arizona GOHS Director Alberto Gutier talked about that Prop 207 grant cash was out there for 2 BMW bikes. Inside every week, the grant request was written, permitted by Director Gutier, and set earlier than City Council for approval.
It would take a couple of months earlier than the bikes are acquired and officers skilled. Within the meantime, officers proceed to implement site visitors legal guidelines and are vigilant to make our group protected for everybody.
GOHS helps our group and division by supplementing police additional time and tools wanted to implement varied site visitors offenses. Their help is another excuse Prescott Valley is ranked one of many most secure cities in Arizona.
Name our Site visitors Hotline to report unsafe driving incidents: (928) 772-9261, then push 2.
Prescott Valley Police Division might be contacted at (928) 772-9267 for non-emergencies, 911 for emergencies. You may additionally contact Yavapai Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232.