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Law enforcement out in force for holiday weekend
Patrolmen with the 628th Security Forces Squadron conduct a mandatory sobriety checkpoint screening at the Dorchester Road main gate at Joint Base Charleston, S.C., in the early morning Jan. 10, 2010. The checkpoint was conducted as part of the commander directed Operation Sober Roads 2. During the Fourth of July weekend, the 628 SFS will join a community-wide effort to deter, educate and enforce driving laws by conducting random sobriety checkpoints in multiple locations on base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katie Gieratz)
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Law enforcement out in force for holiday weekend

Posted 6/29/2010   Updated 6/29/2010 Email story   Print story

    


628th Security Forces Squadron

6/29/2010 - JOINT BASE CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Throughout the Lowcountry, several local law enforcement agencies are expected to conduct roadway checkpoints during the upcoming Fourth of July holiday weekend.

The 628th Security Forces Squadron will join in this community effort to deter, educate and enforce driving laws by conducting random checkpoints in multiple locations on base.

The goal of enforcing the checkpoints is to prevent intoxicated driving and keep the roads safe for all members of Joint Base Charleston.

Independence Day is a time for celebration of freedoms. Don't let a poor decision turn it into a day of loss for one's career, or for a wingman.

Have a plan. If the plan fails, members of Airmen Against Drunk Driving are a call away by adding AADD to your contacts. The number is 963-2233.



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