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The Roseville Police Department has been awarded a $70,000 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for a year-long program of special enforcement and public awareness efforts to prevent traffic-related deaths and injuries.ย 

The Roseville Police Department will use the funding as part of the city’s ongoing commitment to keep our roadways safe and improve the quality of life through both enforcement and education.


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Roseville Police Chief Daniel Hahn said, “Traffic safety is one of the most common concerns I hear from residents.  We’re grateful for OTS’s help keeping our roadways safer.”

After falling dramatically between 2006 and 2010, the number of persons killed and injured in California traffic collisions saw slight increases in 2011 and 2012.  Particularly worrisome are recent increases in pedestrian and motorcycle fatalities, and the dangers of distracting technologies.  This grant funding will provide opportunities to combat these and other devastating problems such as drunk and drugged driving and speeding.

“California’s roadways are still among the safest in the nation,” said OTS Director Rhonda Craft.  “But to meet future mobility, safety and sustainability objectives, we must create safer roadways for all users.  The Roseville Police Department will be using these and other resources to reach the vision we all share–Toward zero deaths, every 1 counts.”

Activities that the grant will fund include:

  • DUI saturation patrols
  • Distracted driving enforcement
  • Bicycle and pedestrian safety enforcement
  • Seat belt and child safety seat enforcement
  • Enforcement of speeding and other violations that cause most injury collisions
  • Warrant service operations targeting multiple DUI offenders
  • Specialized DUI and drugged driving training such as Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST), Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE), and Drug Recognition Evaluated (DRE)

Funding for this program is from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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