Beginning December 12, 2014 and ending January 1, 2014, the Walker County Sheriff’s Office will be participating in the Operation Zero Tolerance (OZT) Campaign. We will be stepping up efforts and targeting impaired drivers through concentrated patrols and sobriety checkpoints.
During this enforcement campaign, we will be working closely with other local law enforcement agencies in order to protect everyone from impaired drivers. This is a campaign of zero tolerance to remind motorists that if they get caught driving impaired, they will be arrested and they will go to jail.
If you must drink, please have a designated driver.
Through this zero tolerance campaign, the Walker County Sheriff’s Office hopes to raise awareness in order to prevent traffic fatalities in Walker County this holiday season.