Sheriff’s Office Announces Overtime Traffic Enforcement Grant Results
The Sheriff’s Office has published final overtime grant traffic enforcement numbers for the year.
End of Grant Results From October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019 deputies conducted High Visibility Enforcement, in addition to regularly assigned responsibilities, totaling: 329.5 Hours
250 Citations (Distracted Driving, Safety Belts, Speed, Suspended License, etc.)
377 Warnings(Distracted Driving, Safety Belts, Speed, etc.
13 Arrests (DUII, Driving While Suspended/Revoked, Warrants, etc.)
The Klamath County Sheriff’s Office appreciates the response from the public in the two-prong approach to traffic issues locally and statewide, Education and Enforcement. With grants from the Oregon Department of Transportation, deputies will again be conducting High Visibility Enforcement in 2019/2020 including Pedestrian Enforcement on busy streets and crosswalks.