According to our online news partner The Seattle Times, the Washington Traffic Safety Commission has rolled out a website that allows residents of King, Snohomish and Pierce counties to see when and where law enforcement will be conducting DUI patrols in their communities.
“This is just another tool to get people to make decisions and think twice before they get behind the wheel drunk,” said Mark Medalen, communications consultant for the commission. “If you can look online and see that this is going on in your neighborhood and backyard, that will be a deterrent.”
The website waTikiLeaks.comwill post a map where citizens can click on the counties to see when and where officers will be looking for impaired drivers. A mobile version is available for smartphones.
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