Quick Links
Skip to main content Skip to navigation
Offical NE Website
default rotator image
default masthead image tranparent rotator image

Home > breadcrumbs: News >


Ajax Loading Image


Troop C Plans Special Enforcement

Skip image

Story image 1_0

Inserted Image

 May 4, 2017 (Grand Island, Neb.)  — 

(Grand Island, Neb.)- Reducing the potential for serious injury and fatality crashes with an emphasis on removing impaired drivers from Hall County roadways is the purpose of a special enforcement planned for Thursday, May 5.

The special enforcement, which will include DUI checkpoints and high visibility patrols, will take place during the evening hours of May 5, and continue into the early morning hours of May 6.

“The goal of this countywide enforcement event is for drivers and vehicle occupants to maintain voluntary compliance with all traffic safety laws,” said Captain Jeromy McCoy, Commander Troop C-Grand Island. “We hope by raising awareness, those who choose to celebrate will do so in a safe, responsible manner and designate a sober driver.  These types of efforts will keep all roadway users safe.”

The special enforcement effort is supported thanks in part to a $1,000 grant from the Nebraska Department of Roads Highway Safety Office. ###

Inserted Image

Sub Navigation



Nebraska State Patrol

  • Facebook Icon
  • Twitter Icon
  • YouTube Icon
footer imagetranparent footer image

Nebraska State Patrol1600 Highway 2Lincoln, NE  68502

PH: 402-471-4545

Nebraska.govPrivacy and Security Policies

Back To Top