- DWI Checkpoints by Missouri State Highway Patrol: Boone County, Buchanan County, Dunklin County, and Greene County.
- DWI Saturation Patrols by Missouri State Highway Patrol: Caldwell County, Christian County, Jefferson County (multiple saturation patrols), Newton County, Phelps County, and Stoddard County.
- Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program (MCSAP) SAFETE enforcement projects: Greene County and Lawrence County. These patrols will look for violations from commercial drivers as well has hazardous moving violations by all drivers.
From the Missouri State Highway Patrol:
Motorists will be contacted for the limited purpose of determining if they are impaired by alcohol or other drugs. All efforts will be made to keep the process as brief as possible. If the officer suspects a driver to be under the influence of intoxicants and/or drugs, they will be asked to submit to a field sobriety test(s).
In 2015, 872 people were killed in traffic crashes on Missouri roadways. Preliminary statistics indicate almost one-fourth of these deaths were a result of impaired driving. Sobriety checkpoints are just one method the Missouri State Highway Patrol utilizes to combat preventable injury and death caused by impaired drivers.
Captain Ridens said, “Driving while impaired continues to be a major contributing factor of traffic crashes in Missouri, and we are committed to protect the public from these drivers.”
The exact dates and times of the DWI checkpoints have not been announced, but when we see them they will be posted on our free mobile app.
The sobriety checkpoints and saturation patrols will be conducted with assistance from local law enforcement agencies.
We may see more DWI saturation patrols and checkpoints than announced here, so be sure to get our free mobile app NO MO DUI for locations of Missouri DWI checkpoints, speed traps, and red light cameras. The app also features 1 click call a lawyer or cab, record the police feature, and more!
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