Arlington Heights DUI Arrest Likely Due to Rewards Program for Cops

May 23rd, 2014 at 3:07 pm

Since the police will get paid a bonus if they meet their quota for DUI arrests, you can expect more to happen than would be normal.

Since the police will get paid a bonus if they meet their quota for DUI arrests, you can expect more to happen than would be normal.

Arlington Heights DUI Arrest likely due to Rewards Program for cops. There will be at least one roadblock in Arlington Heights between May 9 and Memorial Day 2014 says the police. Keep in mind, that in order to collect federal funds, the police must arrest at least 1 person for DUI for every officer that works this detail. You have a right to refuse all field sobriety tests and preliminary (or portable) breath testing devices. And if arrested, you have the right to demand that they obtain a search warrant before submitting to any further blood breath or urine testing. Just like our forefathers had to do 240 years ago when their government became oppressive, you too must stand up for your basic rights.

The Arlington Heights Police Department will have specialized traffic enforcement activities during May leading up to Memorial Day as part of “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” and “Click It or Ticket.”

Enforcement activities will include numerous seat belt enforcement zones, impaired driving saturation patrols, and two Roadside Safety Checkpoints. The checkpoints will take place on Friday, May 9, and May 16 on Arlington Heights Road south of Algonquin Road. The enforcement campaign will run from May 9 through May 26.

The campaigns are funded with federal traffic safety funds, which are administered by the Illinois Department of Transportation — Division of Traffic Safety.

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