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Prescott Police Receives Two Grants

Prescott Police Receives Two Grants from Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety

In October, the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety awarded two traffic safety grants to the Prescott Police Department. The two grants, which total $62,500, will help the Prescott Police Department continue traffic safety programs within our community. 

By partnering with the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, grant funds will allow for specific details to increase enforcement of DUI laws along with enforcing speed and other traffic related issues in attempt to make our roadways safer. Additionally, grant funds will be utilized to educate the public regarding traffic related issues and impaired driving laws.

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During the grant period, which occurs between October 1st 2022 and September 30th 2023, the Prescott Police department will conduct at least one enhanced DUI enforcement detail per month beginning in October. The Prescott Police Department will also conduct a minimum of eight speed and aggressive driver details at known problems areas throughout Prescott. By utilizing these awarded funds, we hope to provide valuable educational information, while enforcing laws which will assist in making our roadways safer.

As always, the Prescott Police Department asks drivers to make responsible choices and to please drive safely.


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