Holiday Season – DUII Enforcement Operations

This Holiday Season, the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety has once again joined forces with other Oregon law enforcement agencies participating in High Visibility Enforcement Operations. Increased patrols will be aggressively looking for impaired drivers throughout our community.

The Grants Pass Police are hoping the increased enforcement will discourage impaired drivers and help make our roads safer this holiday season. To help keep this season a “wonderful time of the year”, the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety encourages the motoring public to plan ahead and designate a sober driver. We also encourage citizens who witness suspected impaired drivers to contact police immediately.

If anyone has questions or further information, please call the GPDPS at (541) 450-6260.

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