April 29, 2019
On Saturday the Halton Regional Police in partnership with MADD Canada, launched this year’s Campaign 911.
Superintendent, Derek Davis, highlights that despite years of education and advocacy, drivers are continuing to operate vehicles while impaired.
He gives us a statistic breakdown over the past 3 years.
Davis reminds the public that impaired driving is a crime not an accident, and does not discriminate.
Davis adds that this campaign with MADD Canada demonstrates what can be acheived when police and the community work together.
MADD chapter president for the Halton Region, Lucienne Croghan gives some perspective on how the campaign is helping.
Croghan reminds the public that every time you make a call, even if you’re unsure, you’re taking the opportunity to potentially save a life.