Commissioner Patrick Ryder says all county police officers will be out in force, identifying and arresting impaired drivers.READ MORE: New Jersey Announces COVID Vaccine And Booster Mandate For Health Care Workers And High-Risk Settings
He says those celebrating on New Year’s Eve need to take common sense steps to stay safe.READ MORE: Biden Administration To Give Out 400 Million Free N95 Masks
“We’re asking you to get ‘TUF’ … Take a taxi, call an Uber or call a friend. Do not drive yourself,” Ryder said.
There are also plans to post officers at what are known as high accident frequency locations to ensure drivers are following traffic laws.MORE NEWS: Timeline: Snow Expected To Blanket The Tri-State Area Thursday Morning
Locations and dates will be announced on the department’s social media sites.