Thursday, December 6, 2012
Muskego Police will join in statewide mobilization to crack down on drinking, 'drugging' and driving, as well as seat belt enforcement.
You would think the risks would be too high, but Muskego Police and anyone else who reads the weekly police blotters, know that people still don't heed warnings about drinking and driving. "Drivers that make the choice to drink and drive risk an arrrest that will cause humiliation, large fines, possible jail time, suspension or revocation of their driver's license, as well as the requirement to pay for installment of an ignition interlock device on every vehicle they own, have registered in their name, or drive," said Lt. Andrew Kraus in a release from MPD. To prevent serious traffic crashes during the upcoming holiday season, MPD is therefore joining law enforcement agencies throughout Wisconsin to mobilize for the “Booze and Belts” …
Sunday, May 6, 2012
Muskego Police to mobilize for Click It or Ticketsafety belt enforcement from May 21 to June 3, and remind motorists that special speed zones will be focus of efforts.
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Sunday, May 6, 2012
The Muskego Police Department will be teaming up with the Big Bend Police Department in their enforcement of Wisconsin’s mandatory safety belt law during the annual Click It or Ticket mobilization from May 21 to June 3. Approximately 400 law enforcement agencies throughout the state are expected to participate in this year’s Click It or Ticket mobilization. According to Lt. Andrew Kraus with the Muskego Police Department, "noteworthy is that we will be watching the construction zone on Janesville Rd. closely for enforcement of the 25 MPH speed limit as well as seatbelt use." So far this year traffic deaths are up in Wisconsin as compared to this time last year. With this in mind officers will be paying close attention to violations of the …
Friday, December 2, 2011
Muskego will join with Big Bend's Police Department to focus on seatbelt and OWI enforcement.
Lt. Andrew Kraus of the Muskego Police Department announced that MPD would again take part in a campaign "to prevent traffic crashes and keep the upcoming holiday season from becoming a time of tragedy," according to a statement. The statewide “Booze and Belts” campaign runs from Dec. 9 to 17, and while MPD has participated in this mobilization in the past, this year Muskego will be able to dedicate additional resources to the enforcement of seatbelt and OWI laws. The City of Muskego recently received a grant from the State of Wisconsin to assign officers strictly to traffic enforcement, and the department will use those funds in this campaign. In addition, Kraus stated, "to further increase the effectiveness of the mobilization, Muskego …