HCTSP to set up sobriety checkpoints this weekend

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Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership (HCTSP) will be setting up sobriety checkpoints around Hamilton County to aggressively deter, detect, and arrest those drivers who drive impaired.

A sobriety checkpoint will be conducted on the night of Saturday, March 17th and the early hours of Sunday, March 18th.

Hamilton County Sobriety Checkpoints:

  • 15160 N. Meridian Street, Carmel
  • 2750 E. 146th Street, Carmel
  • 2350 Conner Street, Noblesville
  • 9880 Greenfield Avenue, Noblesville
  • 8395 E. 116th Street, Fishers
  • 9709 Allisonville Road, Fishers
  • 3002 East State Road 32, Westfield

The full list of sobriety checkpoints can be found here.

At a sobriety checkpoint, law enforcement officers evaluate drivers for signs of alcohol or drug impairment at a specified point along the roadway, often depending upon the support of local property owners for the use of appropriate land. Checkpoint sites are selected based upon analysis of available crash and impaired driving arrest data and a consideration of officer safety.

Vehicles are stopped in a specific sequence, such as every other vehicle, every third vehicle, every fourth vehicle or by stopping three, four, or five cars in succession and allowing other traffic to proceed while checking the stopped vehicles.

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HCTSP to set up sobriety checkpoints this weekend

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Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership (HCTSP) will be setting up sobriety checkpoints around Hamilton County to aggressively deter, detect, and arrest those drivers who drive impaired.

A sobriety checkpoint will be conducted on the night of Saturday, March 17th and the early hours of Sunday, March 18th.

Hamilton County Sobriety Checkpoints:

  • 15160 N. Meridian Street, Carmel
  • 2750 E. 146th Street, Carmel
  • 2350 Conner Street, Noblesville
  • 9880 Greenfield Avenue, Noblesville
  • 8395 E. 116th Street, Fishers
  • 9709 Allisonville Road, Fishers
  • 3002 East State Road 32, Westfield

The full list of sobriety checkpoints can be found here.

At a sobriety checkpoint, law enforcement officers evaluate drivers for signs of alcohol or drug impairment at a specified point along the roadway, often depending upon the support of local property owners for the use of appropriate land. Checkpoint sites are selected based upon analysis of available crash and impaired driving arrest data and a consideration of officer safety.

Vehicles are stopped in a specific sequence, such as every other vehicle, every third vehicle, every fourth vehicle or by stopping three, four, or five cars in succession and allowing other traffic to proceed while checking the stopped vehicles.

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HCTSP to set up sobriety checkpoints this weekend

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Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership (HCTSP) will be setting up sobriety checkpoints around Hamilton County to aggressively deter, detect, and arrest those drivers who drive impaired.

A sobriety checkpoint will be conducted on the night of Saturday, March 17th and the early hours of Sunday, March 18th.

Hamilton County Sobriety Checkpoints:

  • 15160 N. Meridian Street, Carmel
  • 2750 E. 146th Street, Carmel
  • 2350 Conner Street, Noblesville
  • 9880 Greenfield Avenue, Noblesville
  • 8395 E. 116th Street, Fishers
  • 9709 Allisonville Road, Fishers
  • 3002 East State Road 32, Westfield

The full list of sobriety checkpoints can be found here.

At a sobriety checkpoint, law enforcement officers evaluate drivers for signs of alcohol or drug impairment at a specified point along the roadway, often depending upon the support of local property owners for the use of appropriate land. Checkpoint sites are selected based upon analysis of available crash and impaired driving arrest data and a consideration of officer safety.

Vehicles are stopped in a specific sequence, such as every other vehicle, every third vehicle, every fourth vehicle or by stopping three, four, or five cars in succession and allowing other traffic to proceed while checking the stopped vehicles.

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HCTSP to set up sobriety checkpoints this weekend

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Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership (HCTSP) will be setting up sobriety checkpoints around Hamilton County to aggressively deter, detect, and arrest those drivers who drive impaired.

A sobriety checkpoint will be conducted on the night of Saturday, March 17th and the early hours of Sunday, March 18th.

Hamilton County Sobriety Checkpoints:

  • 15160 N. Meridian Street, Carmel
  • 2750 E. 146th Street, Carmel
  • 2350 Conner Street, Noblesville
  • 9880 Greenfield Avenue, Noblesville
  • 8395 E. 116th Street, Fishers
  • 9709 Allisonville Road, Fishers
  • 3002 East State Road 32, Westfield

The full list of sobriety checkpoints can be found here.

At a sobriety checkpoint, law enforcement officers evaluate drivers for signs of alcohol or drug impairment at a specified point along the roadway, often depending upon the support of local property owners for the use of appropriate land. Checkpoint sites are selected based upon analysis of available crash and impaired driving arrest data and a consideration of officer safety.

Vehicles are stopped in a specific sequence, such as every other vehicle, every third vehicle, every fourth vehicle or by stopping three, four, or five cars in succession and allowing other traffic to proceed while checking the stopped vehicles.

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