Operation C.A.R.E. is underway by VT State Police

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Vermont State Police will be out in full force from now until Sunday night.

They are working with departments across the nation to enforce Operation C.A.R.E. It’s one of the longest running traffic safety initiatives in our nation’s history. It focuses on speed, impaired driving and seat belt use.  

Over the last year alone, the state has had 63 traffic fatalities due to an array of different causes.

Many people celebrating this weekend are being reminded by state police to not drive if they have had one drink or if they are impaired at all. They should instead find an alternative method of transportation, like a designated driver or taxi.

Troopers will be out in full force this weekend as well.

“We will have extra patrols throughout the state over the next five days, including some checkpoints from time to time over the weekend. Both sobriety and safety checkpoints,” Lt. John Flannigan, from the Vermont State Police said.

Police also want to remind drivers to be aware of changing road conditions.


2 thoughts on “Operation C.A.R.E. is underway by VT State Police

  1. Just part of the police state in action. The last thing they do is care about the good of the people. Drinking and driving is all but non existant, so now it’e on to stopping and searching your car and soon home without reasonable cause. The jews at work dividing and conquering for Satan’s NWO.

  2. All You fascist in costumes engaged in this type of stuff…enjoy your overtime pay while it last…

    for when we take our lands back, we’ll use all those payroll records to prosecute you in our re-established common law courts…

    for these types of criminal activities against ourselves and our people….think about it tards, think about what it is going to be like in that court, where you will be trying to defend your involvement and participation in tyranny…!

    I pray for that day…!

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