Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Georgia Plans Labor Day Operation Zero Tolerance Campaign

The Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) will launch its Labor Day Operation Zero Tolerance (OZT) campaign with a kickoff news conference on August 28.

Regional traffic enforcement networks will conduct sobriety checkpoints, concentrated patrols and impaired driving campaign media events around the state to announce the OZT holiday travel period initiative.

During the more than two week long enforcement campaign, Georgia law enforcement will also line up at State Welcome Centers to greet motorists as part of the 18th annual Hands Across the Border highway safety awareness campaign. Georgia police will join partners from five border states to crack down on impaired driving and send the message that safe driving doesn't stop at the state line. For more information, visit

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