Countywide Traffic Enforcement Initiative * September 1, 2023PBSO
September 4, 2023
On September 1, 2023, from 6:00 PM to 2:00 AM, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office conducted a multi-agency Traffic/DUI Enforcement Initiative. This operation was conducted with the assistance of the following agencies:
Atlantis Police Department
Boynton Beach Police Department
Boca Raton Police Department
Florida Atlantic University Police Department
Highland Beach Police Department
Jupiter Police Department
Palm Beach Gardens Police Department
Tequesta Police Department
West Palm Beach Police Department
The goal of this operation was to apprehend drivers who operate their vehicles while under the influence and/or drive in a reckless/unsafe manner.
The area of operation was from S.R. 706 (Indiantown Road) to S.R. 806 (Atlantic Avenue) and from S.R. 7 (U.S. 441) to U.S. Highway 1. During this operation the following enforcement activity occurred:
- 628 Traffic Stops
- 18 DUI Arrests
- 2 Felony Arrests
- 11 Misdemeanor Arrests
- 93 Criminal Traffic Citations
- 515 Traffic Citations
- 372 Traffic Warnings
September 1, 2023
For Immediate Release Contact: Media Relations 688-3080
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a countywide traffic enforcement initiative on Friday, September 1, 2023 operating from 6:00 pm to 2:00 am.
Several agencies throughout the county will be participating in a high visibility traffic enforcement.
The goal of this operation is to enforce all Florida State Statutes related to traffic violations with concentration on the detection and removal of impaired drivers from the roadways.
The locations of the saturation patrol will range from Indiantown Road to Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach.