Weekend Arrests: 18 For Warrants & DUI

March 11, 2013

Over the weekend, police officers arrested five people on suspicion of impaired driving as the Selective Traffic Enforcement Programme (STEP) continues.

Last month the police said they have revitalised the Selective Traffic Enforcement Programme [STEP] whereby “selected traffic offences are targeted and enforced diligently.”

The announcement came when police and the Transport Control Department released photos of motorists which they say “illustrate there is still some work to do to encourage the motoring public to change some of its bad driving habits.”

Officers also arrested 13 people for outstanding warrants and conducted liquor license checks at various liquor licensed premises throughout the island.

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  1. smh says:

    “selected traffic offences are targeted and enforced diligently.”
    So WHAT THE HELL have they been doing this whole time?

    • Just One says:

      That’s what I want to know! Aren’t there officers already assigned to Traffic Enforcement and another set of officers assigned to deal with Serious Crimes? Confused…

  2. Johnny Boy says:

    The police have been tied up dealing with the Gang warfare on this little island. Great to see them back on the roads dealing with Drunk Drivers and speeders. Maybe they can save another life or two on our crazy roads..

    • Just One says:

      Aren’t there officers already assigned to Traffic Enforcement and another set of officers assigned to deal with Serious Crimes? Confused…