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The “Winter SuperBlitz” has kicked off and will run through the holiday season to include Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. The blitz is scheduled to run through Jan. 4.
“We want New Mexicans to feel safe on the roadways this holiday season and through coordinated law enforcement efforts across the state, our communities will be safer,” said Gov. Bill Richardson in a release. “Law enforcement will be out in force during the winter holidays to stop motorists who put others in danger by driving drunk, speeding or failing to use seatbelts.”
Each year the state provides some $2.3 million in federal traffic safety money to more than 85 local, state, and tribal enforcement agencies for increased DWI patrols.
Additionally during the SuperBlitz, local enforcement agencies will conduct multi-agency operations.
“Our officers will be conducting saturation checkpoints throughout the holiday season,” Los Alamos Police Capt. Randy Foster said. “The LAPD wants to ensure that the entire community enjoys a safe holiday season.”
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