Law enforcement officers across the state will have a greater focus on drivers who pose a danger to others as well as themselves.
Monday marks the start of 100 Days of Summer H.E.A.T. or Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic, a multijurisdictional highway safety enforcement campaign aimed at reducing fatal crash counts during Georgia’s deadly holiday driving period from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
According to news releases from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, this summer marks the ninth consecutive season that police are rolling out waves of enforcement patrols across Georgia’s 159 Georgia counties—including Bartow—to crack down on dangerous, aggressive and high-speed drivers.
“Our partners in law enforcement will be launching the 100 Days of Summer H.E.A.T. campaign in all corners of the state this year,” said Harris Blackwood, GOHS director, in the release. “They will be looking