The Livingston County Sheriff’s Workplace is taking part in a high-visibility visitors enforcement marketing campaign via Monday.
The marketing campaign, a part of the Governor’s Visitors Security Committee’s STOP-DWI Excessive-Visibility Engagement Marketing campaign, coincides with Tremendous Bowl LVI weekend. Regulation enforcement businesses throughout the state are taking part within the marketing campaign.
In Livingston County, sheriff’s deputies and officers from many native and state businesses shall be partaking violators of state Automobile and Visitors Regulation, hoping to teach and scale back the variety of crashes, accidents and deaths on Livingston County highways at instances of the 12 months when crashes usually tend to happen, Livingston County Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty mentioned in a information launch.
The Governor’s Visitors Security Committee conducts such campaigns on eight events between Oct. 1, 2021, and Sept. 30, 2022. That is the fourth marketing campaign of the time interval.
The campaigns are funded via awards from the New York State STOP-DWI Basis.
Dougherty reminds Livingston County drivers to drive fastidiously and be observant of auto and visitors legal guidelines.