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Information Release from the Knox County Sheriff’s Office


September 24, 2015


The Knox County Sheriff’s Office applied for and received two traffic safety grants from the Ohio Department of Public Safety. The two awarded grants are titled Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) and Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP). Both grants run from October 2015 through September 2016.

The IDEP grant award was for $19,145.83 which will cover 240 hours of extra patrol. The STEP grant award was for $12,763.88 and will cover 280 hours of extra patrol. The grants both require “Blitz” and “Non-Blitz” times during each month. These times consist of Prom, Homecoming, St. Patrick’s Day,  Super Bowl, New Years, Christmas, Halloween, Thanksgiving, 4th of July, Click It or Ticket, and Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.

IDEP and STEP both require high visibility enforcement. This means that you should see several patrol cars in a given area working traffic. The 2016 grant requires the concentration of our patrol efforts to high crash areas in Knox County. We are hoping the extra patrol will help in our efforts to lower the number of fatal crashes in Knox County.

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